Ministers agree to ban the dumping of dead fish in principle, but negotiations will continue over proposed start dates
EU fisheries ministers have approved a ban on dumping unwanted catches into the sea, but the measures are unlikely to come fully into force until 2018. Delegates left a European Council meeting in Luxembourg...
New partnerships will aim to drive progress across seven carbon-intensive industries, including shipping, aviation, and steel
New actions aim to reorient US energy policy towards clean power sources, while directing federal agencies to procure clean energy and zero-emissions vehicles
The Wildlife Trusts are exploring whether a 2018 decision from the UK Expert Committee on Pesticides could enable a legal challenge
'It will kill businesses eventually': Are administrative problems scuppering the Green Homes Grant scheme?
Complaints from households and installers are becoming ever more vocal, and now some fear the high profile scheme could lead to the collapse of some businesses