Defra promises 'robust, evidence led process' to set in statute air, water, waste and biodiversity targets by the end of October 2022
The government has today offered a further glimpse of its plans to develop new legally-binding targets for waste and resources, air pollution, biodiversity and water quality in the UK, promising a "robust,...
Forty female entrepreneurs are each to a receive £50,000 funding boost, as wave of awards from the Women in Innovation programme is timed to coincide with International Women's Day
Amber Rudd and Claire O'Neill have called on the government to take steps boost the number of women participating in the crucial COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow this year
Householders must be shown that alternatives to traditional boilers are cleaner, convenient and comfortable, write IMechE's head of policy Matt Rooney
Borrow to invest: Top economists argue prioritising green investment can unleash a stronger post-Covid recovery
A net zero-focused recovery makes for a stronger recovery, while tightening belts would slow the rebound across the G7, leading economists warn