UK plastic waste to be counted by thousands of Britons

A campaign will help households measure their plastic footprint

Shell reportedly reconsiders withdrawal plan for Cambo oil field

The oil and gas giant had previously said the economic case for investment in this project was not “strong enough”

CCC: New oil and gas is not the best protection against high prices

The CCC advocates a “tighter limit” on oil and gas production

Industry reacts to the government’s ‘levelling up’ Budget

Did the slashing of duty on fruit cider overshadow the ‘green ambition’ of the Autumn Budget? What does the industry think?

Industry responds to ‘Britain’s fossil fuel-free grid by 2035’

Boris Johnson has promised that all electricity in the UK will be produced from clean sources – but what does the industry think?

Is the UK bottom of the European heat pump league?

The UK records just 1.3 heat pumps sold per 1,000 households, according to a new report

‘UK banks responsible for 805m tonnes of emissions in 2019’

A new report claims that banks and investors have financed close to double the carbon emissions of the whole UK

Protesters scale Shard against Shell’s Arctic oil drilling

ELN’s Priyanka Shrestha reports on Greenpeace UK activists scaling up London’s Shard in protest against oil company Shell drilling in the Arctic. Hear their views and those of the public.

Shell halts Alaska drilling after ice floe strikes

Royal Dutch Shell today said it is halting tests to drill for oil off the coast of Alaska until next year. The decision follows a week of disruption at their Arctic site when sea ice stopped their activity while campaigners took the chance to criticise its drilling in the Chukchi Sea, raising concerns over the […]