Environmental groups argue government's decision to frame coal mine as a 'local issue' turns blind eye to global impacts of burning coal, as calls grow for government to intervene while it still can
Campaigners accuse supermarkets of 'treading water' on plastic pollution, while pressure builds on MPs to accept amendmends to Environment Bill that would see the UK adopt legally-binding plastics reduction targets
Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, and Global Witness have all raised concerns about the creeping reliance on unproven carbon removal methods in companies' decarbonisation strategies, but some scientists maintain carbon capture is essential if net zero...
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
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