Water firm ordered to pay up after raw sewage polluted an Oxfordshire stream in 2015, killing almost 150 fish
Thames Water has been slapped with a £2m fine for a "foreseeable and avoidable" pollution incident in 2015, which saw raw sewage seep into an Oxfordshire stream and kill almost 150 fish. Judge Peter...
Firms that have set targets are ahead of schedule to meet them, a new analysis of the efficacy of the Science-Based Targets initiative has shown
Supermarket ranked top in a Greenpeace report evaluating progress made by UK supermarkets in slashing plastic use
Transport secretary Grant Shapps announced £794m investment package over the weekend in two rail routes that closed 50 years ago, but campaigners have criticised the plans for relying on diesel engines
To deliver much needed investment in nature restoration, businesses require legally binding interim targets in the Environment Bill to drive rapid policy action, argues the Aldersgate Group's Signe Norberg