Campaigners slam potential approval of new UK coal mine

If the project goes ahead, it would be the first deep coal mine to launch in the UK for more than 30 years

INEOS unveils plan for new fracking test site

The company said extracting shale gas could make the UK ‘self-sufficient’ in ten years

Newly approved North Sea oil field sparks fury

Green groups criticised the government for undermining the UK’s climate targets

Government taken to court over ‘inadequate’ climate strategies

Friends of the Earth activists said the government’s ‘shocking’ commitments are not enough to deliver a low carbon future

Activists take government to the High Court for LNG project in Mozambique

Friends of the Earth attempting to block $1.15m financing for the project

Glasgow Climate Pack stirs reactions across the world

A compromise, a death-knell for coal power or a big failure to phase out fossil fuels – what leaders and industry think about the COP26 agreement?

‘Nearly 40 UK fossil fuel projects in the pipeline for approval by 2025’

The projects are predicted to contribute nearly triple the UK’s yearly greenhouse gas emissions if approved

Industry responds to the government’s Heat and Buildings Strategy

Industry leaders said the programme is a “step in the right direction” but lacks ambition

UK universities to beef up the green menus of their canteens!

A new catering accreditation scheme will see university canteens offer more plant-based options

Public inquiry into Cumbria coal mine begins

The inquiry into the controversial plans for the coal mine in West Cumbria is expected to last for at least four weeks