First three months of 2015 saw wind farms produce enough electricity to power 960,000 Scottish households for a year, but subsidy cuts threaten potential, minister warns
Scottish wind farms produced record amounts of power in the first three months of this year, generating enough electricity to power one million homes for a year, government statistics show. Wind generated...
Company invests over £500,000 to extend partnership focused on the development of climate-resilient blackcurrant varieties
Campaign group delivers detailed proposals for how government could ensure recovery delivers 'a fairer, greener and more resilient global economy'
'Decline and fall': Transition away from fossil fuel economy could lead to plummeting valuations for high carbon assets
Carbon Tracker warns 'there is far more risk inherent in the fossil fuel system than is conventionally priced into financial markets' and urges investors to step up efforts to engineer a more orderly transition to clean technologies
Gabrielle Ginér, BT's head of environmental sustainability, discusses the CO2 benefits of digital services and the challenges of shifting to a fully electric vehicle fleet