The Church Commissioners of England and Duchy of Cornwall - two of the largest institutional landowners in England - have tree cover rates below the already 'weak' national average of 10 per cent, according to a new study from Friends of the Earth
International Union for the Conservation of Nature launches guidelines to help businesses and governments design effective tree planting and nature restoration projects that align with climate targets
Defra to table updated Agriculture Bill in Parliament today, promising radical overhaul of 'bureaucratic' EU farming subsidies
Green groups warn any move to reduce the cost of air passenger duty would be 'unacceptable and completely reckless'
Shadow minister admits frequent flier levy may be the 'best available option' to halt growth in aviation emissions
Party pledges to invest £4bn in transforming all 35,000 buses operating in England to run on electricity, while expanding local bus services
Research has found only a tiny proportion of people are making the most effective lifestyle changes to shrink their carbon footprint
Net zero goal makes case against Heathrow expansion far stronger, campaigners claim
Green groups call on top football clubs to switch to re-usable cups and phase out single use plastics
Reusable glasses and free drinking fountains have brought the stadium within a whisker of achieving its plastic-free goal
Friends of the Earth report argues Department's emphasis on expanding road infrastructure sidelines climate change concerns
Total cumulative emissions are what really matter, argues Friends of the Earth's Mike Childs
Green groups had argued building third runway would be inconsistent with UK's Paris Agreement climate commitments
Environment groups, councils and London mayor challenge airport expansion in high court
London, Leeds, Doncaster and Maidstone are among the worst affected
First reading of bill backed by cross-party group of MPs aims to 'significantly cut plastic waste and pollution' by 2042
Ten years ago today Martyn Williams was celebrating the passage of the Climate Change Act, but what did the historic legislation aim to achieve?
Study calculates up to 68,000 tonnes of microplastic pollution released by tyres each year - and much of it will end up in UK waterways and soils
Friends of the Earth says revised national planning policy makes it 'virtually impossible' for councils to refuse fracking schemes
Friends of the Earth claims decision to build a third runway at Heathrow is unlawful as it fails to take into account the UK's climate change obligations
After independent financial resilience assessment, Cuadrilla granted fracking permit by energy and clean growth minister Claire Perry
Friends of the Earth's Craig Bennett argues the justification for new coal mines is collapsing - it is time for the government to act
UK waterways are at particularly high risk from 'zombiefication' of UK environment policy post Brexit, according to new report
EXCLUSIVE: Friends of the Earth writes to Communities Secretary Sajid Javid to warn approval for new open cast coal mine would be "entirely at odds with government's coal phase-out policy"