Crashing levels of coal use behind steep fall in emissions, but hopes for further progress are undermined by news of a rise in transport emissions
The last time annual UK carbon dioxide emissions were as consistently low as they are currently air travel was still an unproven invention and Oscar Wilde was preparing to publish his first and only novel,...
Insurance giant confirms it will divest from major coal producers without accredited climate plans by the end of next year
'Promises are not enough': Campaigners urge Prime Minister to enshrine 2030 nature protection goal into law
Stanley Johnson among group of high profile campaigners calling for government to set a legally-binding nature protection target ahead of pivotal COP15 UN nature talks
The Budget is a prime opportunity to bring some much-needed certainty and direction that can underpin the journey to net zero, writes ECIU's Dr Jonathan Marshall
Tie-ups look set to become a leading trend as oil and gas companies scramble for a piece of the zero carbon pie