Commission replaces member states' vote with debate on plethora of proposals, and takes France to court over failure to comply with air quality standards
The European Commission has delayed a key vote by member states on plans to upgrade security measures across its emissions trading system (ETS), deciding instead to debate the wide range of proposals,...
Key architect of the 2008 Climate Change Act returns to frontline politics, as Sir Keir Starmer unveils Labour's new front bench team
Flagship global green economy event to go ahead as scheduled this year, but for the first time via a new virtual platform
Data from International Renewable Energy Association points to slight slowdown in capacity growth last year, but clean energy sector still outpaced fossil fuels
The banking giant believes a green recovery is 'likely', leaving sustainable businesses well placed to prosper once the worst of the pandemic has passed