UK Deputy Prime Minister says 2008 Climate Change Act leaves leaders with no choice but to be ‘green’
UK Energy and Climate Secretary of State Ed Davey says he is “working in assumption” that European Union will increase climate change targets in 2014
Ecotricity boss says he has ‘no hope or confidence’ in Britain’s Coalition government to deliver a low carbon revolution.
Majority of Europe surpasses country’s carbon dioxide cuts while renewable energy remains a fraction of that of fellow OECD and EU nations despite pace of expansion, according to new figures.
Leaks in the production and transportation of gas must be cut to 1% for it to contribute to a cleaner energy mix, according to research co-authored by the Environmental Defence Fund.
In the first of a series of articles by the leading candidates in the London Mayoral election, Jenny Jones of the Green Party spells out her plans for the capital should she be elected.
Lord Deben hails Beijing’s domestic progress but says the US is avoiding its responsibilities to cut carbon emissions.
What does climate ambition mean and how can it be achieved? A question for today’s RTCC workshop – with partners from SOAS, Camco and PwC.
Shadow Energy and Climate Change Minister says country risks missing out on low-carbon economic revolution.
Extreme winter weather drives increase in residential energy consumption.
Greg Barker says current system of territorial emissions already engrained in climate negotiations.
New climate change impact report from UK Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs suggests fringe benefits for health and agriculture but flooding and extreme weather dictate end result.
UK Government to include £50bn project in consultation this Spring.