UK sows the seeds for more sustainable agriculture

The Agriculture Bill aims to help farmers maximise the environmental benefits they can offer

California pledges to go carbon neutral by 2045

The move backs up its recent commitment to shift to 100% renewables by the same date

Zero emission vehicles could be given green number plates

They would be entitled to drive on bus lanes in addition to green vehicles lanes

Scotland to step up its investments in clean energy

First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon says the nation aims to be a high-innovation, low carbon economy

Webinar: Your Network Charges Are Changing – Will You Be Paying More for Energy?

This free webinar will be live at 10.00am tomorrow (07.09.2018)

Ofgem price cap proposals: Industry responds

The price cap is expected to save UK households an average of around £75 a year

Energy price cap to save households £75 a year, says Ofgem

It will be confirmed in November and come into effect towards the end of December

National crackdown on lorry emissions cheats starts in Britain

Vehicles with the cheat devices could produce up to 20 times more dangerous emissions

UK and European businesses call for energy-considerate Brexit

Organisations say leaders must ensure leaving the EU does not harm climate progress or result in higher bills

Solar industry ‘could face significant job losses with new government proposals’

A Renewable Energy Association subsidiary says closing the Feed-in Tariff and removing the Export Tariff will harm the sector