'Bring me the head of Pachauri', cry some, while others say he should stay
Environmental groups are split over whether Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of the IPCC, should resign over criticism of his handling of a false claim about melting glaciers in the panel's landmark 2007 report....
The government's commitment to a green recovery is a big step forward, but impatience is growing as green businesses continue to wait for key policies and spending decisions that have been in the pipeline for months
More than 120 years after it first dabbled in electric delivery vehicles, Royal Mail has confirmed it will test the London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC)'s new zero emissions model
European Commission outlines its ambition to ramp up the bloc's hydrogen capacity 40-fold over the next 10 years, focusing primarily on green hydrogen infrastructure
Freuds CEO Dr Arlo Brady reflects on new research that suggests the coronavirus crisis has sparked a new era of public engagement with the many challenges the world faces