Former environment agency chief says environmental case for shale oil in the UK is much tougher to make than for shale gas and calls for a single regulator
The former chief of the Environment Agency is “hugely sceptical” on the prospects of fracking for shale oil in the UK, saying it is far from clear that the process should be used to extract quantities...
The guide responds to findings published at the end of last year that the bulk of new renewable energy purchases in the UK are having little impact on the country's overall carbon emissions
Cultivated meat could cause 92 per cent less global warming and 93 per cent less pollution than conventional beef, two new studies have found
Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership said its new HQ will set 'world first' for sustainable refurbishment of an older office building
VIDEO: Chief executive of the government-backed, banker-led organisation chats to BusinessGreen's James Murray about the rapidly shifting world of green finance