Dan Byles MP argues only carefully monitored exploration and testing will show whether exploiting UK shale gas reserves is desirable
Now that the dust has settled on the 2013 Budget statement, those of us involved in the shale gas debate are busy digesting the outcome and what it means for the fledgling UK industry. The headline issue...
The UN and the UK government were entirely right to delay COP26, but the planning for one of the most important Summits in human history has to start now
Greenhouse gas emissions traded under Europe's ETS dropped 8.7 per cent overall last year, although many airlines saw their CO2 rise