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The nature regulator Natural England has issued an objection to plans for a first-of-a-kind waste to jet fuel plant in the Humber Estuary, warning that the proposals as submitted would have an adverse effect on nearby protected sites
A planning decision on a new nuclear power plant in north Wales has been delayed for a further six months in order to give the secretary of state more time to consider the environmental effects of the scheme
The closure of Aberthaw and Fiddlers Ferry coal-fired power stations has left only three such plants operational across the UK. Meanwhile, the government is set to decide within a week on allowing a major coal mine to go ahead
A think tank with close ties to the Conservative Party has called on the government to tackle ‘carbon leakage’ by introducing a tax on imported electricity and carbon-intensive goods
Former special adviser Sam Hall heads a network of Conservative backbenchers committed to environmental action, which could wield significant influence over the development of green laws in this parliament. But can he find consensus?
The UK’s coal-fired power stations did not operate for 18 days last June but does that mean the country avoided relying on the fossil fuel completely?
Renewables are on the rise across Europe, but the UK is among the countries struggling to meet their target
Interview: Wind entrepreneur Dale Vince on carbon neutrality and running the world's greenest football club
The one-time hippie turned green entrepreneur, best known as the owner of green energy provider Ecotricity, has a new project – getting the world’s greenest football club to climb the league
The European Commission has promised a radical transformation of the EU economy with a wide-ranging decarbonisation plan. How will the proposals affect UK businesses?
£104bn is expected to be invested annually in smart city technologies by 2021, according to the International Data Corporation. But some fear the potential environmental gains are not being given enough weight in digital strategies
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