Maria Connolly of law firm TLT explains why new energy efficiency rules for landlords are only heading in one direction
Landlords of domestic properties could be obliged to pay up to £2,500 for energy improvement works from 1 April 2019. In a consultation issued last month, the government sought to deliver on its promise...
Policy Exchange report details steps government could take to tackle the environmental and climate risks plaguing the global financial system
Firm joins Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, and JPMorgan Chase in pledging to reduce its operations and activity in line with global climate goals
The buying power of public sector organisations can have a huge influence on the market for green products and services, writes Dr Joanne Wade from the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE)
UK-Canada initiative welcomes 10 new members, as UN chief sets out three point plans for governments and businesses to accelerate coal power phase out