Government considering 'associate membership' of group that governs movement of radioactive material across Europe
The government is drawing up plans to replicate the benefits of remaining a member of the Euratom treaty, which governs the movement of nuclear materials across Europe, in the face of a growing rebellion...
'The future belongs to companies that work with nature': Leading figures call for circular economy role in green recovery
MEPs, academics, campaigners and green groups argue in an open letter that Covid-19 recovery is an opportunity to create a circular economy.
Total snaps up majority stake in £3bn Seagreen 1 project that is set to be completed in 2022/23 in Firth of Forth
Covid-19 has highlighted the shortcomings of our food supply chains, but technology can help, argues Green Alliance's Imogen Cripps
Building Society launches new Retro-Fit Mortgage that aims to encourage homeowners to improve the energy efficiency of their properties