Ed Davey said today that Scotland could risk missing out on renewable energy investment worth billions of pounds if it chooses "to go it alone".
An unprecedented stocktake of UK wildlife has revealed that most species are struggling and that one in three have halved in number in the past half century.
The Government has come under criticism from an influential committee of MPs for not setting clear outcomes for the Green Deal and Energy Companies Obligation (ECO), its flagship policies to insulate millions of homes and businesses across Britain.
Organisers of this year’s Shambala Music Festival are looking to tackle the problem of plastic waste by ending the on-site provision of plastic bottles and plastic cups.
India’s culture of jugaad, or frugal innovation, has helped produce a wide range of sustainable breakthroughs. Are there lessons there for the rest of the world? Ian Thornton meets the innovators.
Beverage giant Coca-Cola has taken the next step in its pursuit of reducing its carbon footprint of the drinks in our hands by a third by 2020 with the launch of a new study examining why households recycle less than they say they do.
Awareness of the Green Deal is rising among the public, but many say they would be unhappy about taking on a Green Deal finance plan when they bought a property, a new survey by Which? reveals.
The recession and a slump in construction sent profits falling at leading sustainable waste management company Shanks Group Plc, years end results show.
Two young British entrepreneurs who have designed a diesel-electric hybrid engine that can be retrofitted to double-decker buses have been crowned winners of the coveted Shell Springboard Award.
Big brands, including M&S, Unilever and Mars, are embracing a new sustainability initiative that aims to make sustainable 'sexy’ to disinterested UK consumers.
Grants to help households invest in renewable heat technologies are to double, the Government has announced.
The number of people employed by the government to work on the UK's adaptation to the effects of climate change has been cut from 38 officials to only six, in a sign of how the response to global warming has been rapidly downgraded within Whitehall under the Coalition.
A survey of thousands of peer-reviewed papers in scientific journals has found 97.1 per cent agreed that climate change is caused by human activity.
Fisheries Ministers from across Europe came to an agreement on a sweeping reform of fisheries policies early on Wednesday morning, but fell short of the most ambitious changes that green campaigners had demanded.
The Government has issued a stiff warning to any Green Deal participants found to be acting fraudulently following reports that cold callers are posing as Green Deal assessors and charging administration fees.