The men 'deserve our gratitude, not a prison term', Greenpeace's executive director said, after judge handed them 15-16 month sentences
Three anti-fracking campaigners were sentenced to prison on Wednesday for blocking shale gas drilling operations in northwest England. Two protesters, Simon Blevins, 26, and Richard Roberts, 36, were...
European thermal battery developer inks major investment agreement with Infracapital as it seeks to accelerate roll out of industrial heat storage technologies
Bosses of Arrival, Ecotricity, and Bulb are among more than 30 business leaders to urge government to take step to make low carbon products and solutions more affordable for consumers
Major new Scottish facility to harness wind and solar power to produce green hydrogen
'A truly momentous occasion for glass': Diageo produces glass whisky bottles in waste-powered furnaces
Drinks giant claims biofuel furnaces tested in trial will reduce carbon footprint of glass manufacturing by 90 per cent and thus boost sustainability of its “grain-to-glass” supply chain