Greenpeace accuses Theresa May of wanting to 'silence concerns with a wad of cash' as Labour and Green party join attack
Environmental campaigners have accused the government of trying to bribe the public to accept fracking, after Theresa May unveiled plans to give households cash payments worth thousands of pounds if shale...
Supermarket reveals wide-ranging plan to work with suppliers to slash agricultural emissions and establish templates other farms can follow
New guide from the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership breaks down commercial risks resulting from nature loss
Report: An EV transition that marginalises low-income groups could undermine the 'whole net zero project'
Fossil fuel car phase out risks a Gilets Jaunes-style backlash among low income groups if efforts to improve access to charge points are not stepped up, the Social Market Foundation warns
UK coal mine: Legal battle heats up as West Cumbria Mining seeks Judicial Review over latest delay to planning approval
Developer appoints lawyers to challenge Council's surprise decision to revisit planning permission for controversial project following letter from Committee on Climate Change