Wind alone generates nearly a fifth of UK power during the first quarter, as renewables share of the power mix continues to climb on both sides of the Atlantic
New report warns high renewables output and plummeting prices could mean future subsidy-free projects struggle to attract investment - but are the concerns valid?
Party seeks farming subsidy regime redesign as it launches raft of policy proposals aimed at boosting animal welfare standards across meat production chain
Environment Secretary will today tell farmers that the Common Agricultural Policy will be replaced by a new subsidy regime that incentivises environmentally friendly practices
With renewables costs coming down, carbon pricing represents most cost-effective means of decarbonising EU power sector, according to LSE researchers