Green credentials boosted as Spain exports electricity to France after year of strong wind and heavy rain
Spain has bolstered its credentials as a world leader in renewable energy by exporting electricity to France for the first time. Heavy rain and strong winds during 2010 meant that renewables - principally...
The UN and the UK government were entirely right to delay COP26, but the planning for one of the most important Summits in human history has to start now
Greenhouse gas emissions traded under Europe's ETS dropped 8.7 per cent overall last year, although many airlines saw their CO2 rise