Labour's Alan Whitehead tries to unpick the logic behind the government's proposals to increase taxes on clean technologies
Somewhere in the recesses of a cupboard in a Whitehall ministry resides a list, I like to imagine, gathering dust and occasionally taken out and unfurled when infrequent changes are made. Drawn up 25 years...
If the oil and gas industry is serious about tackling climate change it must take responsibility for helping to fix it, writes the Oil and Gas Authority's Stuart Payne
Campaigners accuse Ministers of backtracking on environmental and election manifesto promises over alleged failure to match waste export policy with that of the EU
Audit by conservation group finds six out of 10 fish stocks in UK waters are being overfished or are already in a 'critical state'
Supply chain decarbonisation is possible at relatively low cost to consumers, World Economic Forum and Boston Consulting Group research suggests