Campaigners deliver Downing Street appeal to protect UK solar industry
The Cut Don’t Kill campaign – a coalition of UK solar power companies, NGOs and consumers – have delivered a letter to Downing Street today calling on David Cameron and Nick Clegg to help secure the future of the U
UK Met Office handed Plain English Award for talking nonsense
The UK Met Office has been singled out for an award for its baffling use of the English language.
Live commentary: 60,000 Scottish homes without power tonight
Rolling coverage of the worst storm to hit Scotland in over 15 years
Live commentary: Winds top 165mph as Scotland battles through storm
Rolling coverage of the worst storm to hit Scotland in years:
China partners with Scotland to develop marine energy research
Experts from Scotland's world-leading wave and tidal testing hub the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) are to collaborate with their marine energy counterparts from the Ocean University of China (OUC) in Shandong Pro
Retail giant Tesco handed carbon award at Durban climate change summit
Supermarket chain Tesco has been rewarded for outstanding business leadership in carbon emissions reduction at the UN climate change talks in Durban.
Over 340 business leaders call for new global deal at UN climate summit
Over 340 companies from 38 countries are urging politicians to defy low expectations at the UN Climate Change summit in Durban, South Africa, and agree a robust, equitable and ambitious global deal that keeps global warm
Durban climate change talks are a "make or break moment for humanity"
Thousands of representatives from governments, international organizations and civil society gathered today in Durban, South Africa for the start of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, which seeks to advance wa
Check if your MP voted to cut the Feed-in Tariff in today's Commons' debate
The official Parliamentary record has tonight released the names of the MPs who voted against a Labour motion to delay the December 12 deadline for a reduction in the Feed-in Tariff subsidy for solar PV.
Mass rally against solar Feed-in Tariff cuts to target Parliament
Thousands of solar supporters are being called to London to urge MPs to block Government plans to cut the Feed-in Tariff support on December 12.
European offshore wind industry set to triple in size over next decade
The European offshore wind industry is set to more than triple its annual investments over the next decade – creating jobs, manufacturing and construction opportunities in many countries.
UK's largest sustainable energy project launched with global backing
The Isle of Wight's plans to become the UK's first energy-indpendent, carbon-neutral region are a step closer after project organisers signed a series of deals with heavyweight corporate partners.
UN chief calls for Durban agreement on emissions and climate fund
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has stressed that the upcoming conference on climate change in Durban, South Africa, should produce agreement on limiting emissions of greenhouse gases and launch the green climate fund f
Coca-Cola reveals plans to support world's most sustainable Olympic Games
Coca-Cola has unveiled ambitious plans to recycle all colourless Coke and non-Coke branded PET plastic disposed of at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games as part of its strategy to achieve the company's most su
Even the Girl Guides now fall victim to Government's Feed-in Tariff cuts
After two, hard years of fund-raising efforts and tackling red-tape, a Girl Guides' camp-site has had to abandon plans to install solar panels following last week's announcement of an early cut to the Feed-in Tariff.