UK's total share of electricity from coal dropped to record low of 0.7 per cent between April and June as phase out continues
Coal is soon to become "a distant memory" in the UK according to the government, which yesterday hailed yet another record low for coal generation in the face of increasingly strong competition from renewables....
Norwegian environmental auditing giant DNV argues more radical climate action is needed across five key strategic areas in a new report published today
New guidance and rating systems aim to help property developers and managers green their buildings, but an analysis warns Spending Review commitments could cover barely a thousandth of the total cost of making UK buildings net zero compatible
As Andrew Warren argues, the high profile re-run election for Georgia's two Senate seats could yet determine the direction of US - and by extension global - climate efforts for years to come
New report finds that the UK has decarbonised its electricity system twice as fast any another major economy