Robertsbridge's Charles Secrett argues it is time government rethought its approach to environmental fines or risk undermining public support for green measures
In August, seven million customers in the northwest of England were three days away from a hose-pipe ban being imposed by their supplier United Utilities (UU). Only a public outcry made the company back...
The two firms announce successful trial of technology they claim could help extend the power grid and consumer efficiency benefits offered by smart charging electric vehicles
Firms to collaborate on harnessing green hydrogen to help decarbonise horticultural projects such as vertical farming
Landmark study estimates 15 per cent of worldwide deaths from Covid-19 may be attributable to long-term exposure to air pollution, demonstrating impact of fossil fuels on pandemic
Four oil and gas majors form alliance with National Grid in bid for government funding for project to transport and store industrial CO2 under the seabed