ClientEarth's case against Defra over UK plans to meet EU regulations begins, as alliance of doctors and nurses urge bloder action to tackle air pollution
The Treasury and former Chancellor George Osborne were yesterday accused of blocking a number of measures designed to bring the UK within EU air pollution limits, as environmental law firm ClientEarth...
Schroders survey of 650 institutional investors managing $25.9tr worldwide signals surging interest in active company engagement on green issues
UK's independent climate policy advisory body is poised to expand its international outreach efforts ahead of next year's crucial COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow
Achieving 'well under' 2C degree by mid-century is possible, analysts claim, but it will require up to $130tr of investment in clean energy and green hydrogen