Paul Hatchwell: March saw the UK drive deeper into a policy interregnum ahead of Brexit as prime minister May’s hovering thumb finally pressed down on the Article 50 button.
Biomethane could play a significant role in decarbonising heat and transport in the UK but it faces policy uncertainty and competing priorities for its use. Paul Hatchwell investigates
The second auction reserved for ‘turn-down’ demand-side response has secured more than the capacity anticipated, but almost all of it is unproven
The EU may seek to tie future domestic environmental standards to a trade deal during Brexit negotiations
An interim 66% greenhouse gas reduction target and emissions accounting changes are advisable for Scotland, says the Committee on Climate Change
IGas subsidiary Dart Energy has had a second application to explore for shale gas in Nottinghamshire formally approved
Scotland's environmental regulator has further strengthened ties with the industry it regulates by making a voluntary pact with insulation giant Superglass
The Environment Agency Pension Fund was the first in the world to evaluate the climate change vulnerabilities in its portfolio. James Parsons investigates the challenges and opportunities in joining the divestment movement
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