There are reasons to be optimistic about zero-carbon air travel, but governments must carefully consider the lasting impacts of today's decisions, argues Cavin Wilson of Frontier Economics
The skies above Europe are noticeably empty. With governments restricting international travel and passengers keen to avoid confined spaces, much of the continent's airline fleet is grounded. Some...
The government's Resources and Waste Strategy provides a blueprint for building a circular economy out of the Covid-19 crisis, argues Viridor's Tim Rotheray
The public mood has changed, and this may be the last chance we have to get it right, says The Climate Group CEO Helen Clarkson
Call comes in letter signed by more than 40 million healthcare professionals backed by World Health Organisation and other influential groups
ClientEarth and Planning Inspectorate had both argued the power station could undermine the UK's climate change targets