New assessment from European Commission reveals that 'no significant progress' has been made towards halting biodiversity loss by 2020
More than three-quarters of Europe's important natural habitats are in an ‘unfavourable' state, with many species being threatened with extinction, according to new analysis that reveals the EU faces an...
New socio-economic research from Oxford Brookes focused on an Aberdeen offshore wind farm suggests developer underestimated the value the project would have for local and Scotland-wide economies
Charity also piloting £1m 'emergency tree fund' to help councils increase woodland cover, arguing more trees are crucial to UK's 2050 net zero target
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps accused of backtracking on support for cycling and walking in letter to councils emphasising government's support for motorists
Former Bank of England Governor recently set up a Taskforce to accelerate the development of a voluntary market for carbon offsets