European renewable energy capacity grew 30 per cent last year, but byzantine planning rules now threaten to derail expansion drive
Europe's renewable energy capacity grew 30 per cent last year, but its recent successes are in danger of stalling unless the roadblock presented by byzantine and outdated planning rules is removed...
World's richest man uses personal wealth to launch Bezos Earth Fund, in a move that follows growing pressure on Amazon to ramp up its climate efforts
Almost $39tr of the world's GDP is now aligned, or proposing to align, with net zero emissions targets, according to ECIU
Several green hydrogen production plants across the North of England and Scotland among host of energy projects to secure BEIS funding
There have been repeated warnings about the UK's vulnerability to flooding - now the PM must put climate resilience at the centre of his 'levelling-up' agenda