European Court of Justice will rule on case in which one Rugby resident faces legal costs of £90,000
A crucial test case that could put an end to a "chilling effect" that limits the ability of individuals and green groups to launch legal challenges against the UK government over its environmental policies...
Environmental groups warn draft plan approved by International Maritime Organisation (IMO) could see shipping emissions rise over next decade
Plus all the top green business news from around the world, including PGE ditching coal, Peru and Switzerland CO2 offset deal, and Australia green power project
Veggie burgers are safe, but campaigners warn debate has distracted from broader Common Agricultural Policy proposals set to be voted on this afternoon that they say will seriously hurt European small farmers and natural habitats
The US clothing firm reveals how digital technologies could finally make circular fashion a reality