Energy Technology Institute report argues more home-grown energy crops for biomass would be cost-effective means of producing low carbon energy
Planting around 1.4 million hectares of additional bioenergy crops by the 2050s would make a significant contribution to cost effective, low carbon energy generation in the UK, research by the Energy Technologies...
Government's current green housing policies 'do not go far enough' to protect against climate change or cutting CO2, advisory body warns
Mining giant publishes wide-ranging climate policy update, as it steps up investment in 'energy transition materials'
Emma Howard Boyd concedes flood defences 'cannot prevent flooding everywhere, all of the time' and calls instead for more resilient infrastructure
New YouGov survey reveals over half of Brits think climate change is 'the biggest risk to the Earth's future' and are taking steps to curb emissions