In an exclusive interview, BusinessGreen quizzes the Energy and Clean Growth Minister on the government's decarbonisation plans
EXCLUSIVE: Energy and Clean Growth Minister claims a no-deal Brexit will 'not in any way' be compromised by Brexit and insists government shares XR concerns - even if the Prime Minister did call them 'crusties'
As XR activists block roads into Westminster, Defra fears the UK may also be blocking chances of an EU trade deal by compromising with the US on environmental standards
Following a visit to one of the UK's first Citizens Assemblies on climate change, Trewin Restorick questions whether the approach can deliver the transformative impact campaigners hope for
Rise in climate protests is changing perceptions of green activism in the US, argues Indiana University's Nathaniel Geiger
Campaign group says action to ground flights at airport is proportionate to climate threat, as Heathrow says activists will face 'full force of the law'
Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, and London will be focus of climate protests thids week in latest outbreak of direct action from Extinction Rebellion