Government faces third legal challenge over its 'stubborn failure' to deliver adequate plans tackling illegal air pollution
The government is facing a third wave of legal action after environmental law firm ClientEarth confirmed its intention to once again formally challenge Ministers' air pollution plans in the courts...
Carbon tax could generate £27bn by 2030 that could be invested into Covid-19 recovery efforts, emerging green technologies, and cushioning against any rise in household bills, campaign group argues
Prime Minister to announce plans for joint UK-UN 'launchpad' event in December aimed at encouraging nations to enhance Paris Agreement commitments ahead of next year's COP26 Summit in Glasgow
'Block Fossils Out' aims to block users from accessing websites and social media accounts belonging to firms which produce or fund coal, gas and oil
Partnership will see Biffa supply Nestlé Waters UK with recycled PET to produce bottles for its water brands such as Buxton