Government ‘must give local authorities more flexibility on waste’

The Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee says councils must have the freedom to develop their own recycling strategies

Upping ethanol in fuel mix ‘could be key to UK going green’

The All-Party Parliamentary Group for British Bioethanol says the introduction of E10 fuel could reduce emissions by the equivalent of taking 700,000 cars off the road

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Are REGOs fit for purpose?

Buying renewable power is unquestionably the right thing to do and can only help the UK to meet its carbon goals and mitigate climate change

UK farming sector ‘must dramatically change to avoid climate catastrophe’

The RSA Food Farming & Countryside Commission urges agricultural systems must be radically transformed and made sustainable within a decade

Michael Gove: ‘World must reverse nature’s decline in 2020’

The Environment Secretary says there is a political, economic and moral need to improve the state of the planet for future generations

Energy efficiency: New quality scheme to protect low income homes

Only trusted tradesmen will be able to carry out home energy improvements for families supported through the Energy Company Obligation initiative

UK’s new ships could have to be zero emission by 2025

The Department for Transport and Maritime Minister Nusrat Ghani have set out a series of ambitious plans to cut pollution from the country’s maritime sector

Corbyn: ‘UK must stop passing the buck on climate change to poorer nations’

The Leader of the Labour Party has stressed the UK must measure the emissions from imports, as well as from production

All new rapid EV charging points must offer card payments by 2020

The government also expects industry to develop a roaming solution that allows drivers to use any public charge point through a single payment method

World’s international bodies ‘not fit for purpose to tackle climate change’

That’s the verdict from Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell MP, who believes the World Bank, IMF and WTO aren’t tackling the issue