Court of Appeal rejects calls for judicial review of government's handling of long-term carbon targets, but campaigners insist case for net zero target is stronger than ever
A long-running legal push to trigger a judicial review of the government's failure to set a long term net zero emission target has drawn to a close, after the Court of Appeal refused to re-open the case....
Drivers of company cars who opt to go electric will pay no benefit-in-kind (BiK) tax from next week, marking a dramatic drop from the 16 per cent rate in place today
The world can emerge stronger from this crisis if we seize the opportunity to collectively chart a course towards the future we want, argues CISL's Dame Polly Courtice
Think tank argues new oversight body is needed to tackle risk of 'junk credits' as reliance on carbon offsets grows