In 2009, George Osborne told us that if he became Chancellor "the treasury will become a green ally, not a foe." There appears to have been some confusion about what is expected of a 'green ally', so, to clarify things, here's what he should have done.
Some cities in China are notorious for poor air quality
New rules that were supposed to help tackle deadly air pollution in Europe could result in weaker rules than are currently in place in China (notorious for its poor air quality), a Greenpeace investigation has revealed.
In 2008 a coalition formed to oppose plans to expand Kingsnorth coal plant. Many of the same organisations that supported these protests have written to David Cameron again this week.
A couple of weeks ago David Cameron, Nick Clegg, and Ed Miliband signed an agreement to work together to tackle climate change. This announcement included an unprecedented pledge to phase out the UK's unabated coal power stations – our number one source of carbon pollution.
A young polar bear cub becomes fascinated with a 'reference sphere' used by an architect who was collaborating with scientists studying Arctic sea ice.
A very special day is almost upon us! Polar Bear Day on 27
February celebrates the world's largest bear, raising awareness about issues
like climate change and oil exploration which threaten the existence of this
Last September, 50 people stopped a train carrying coal to Cottam coal power station
It's not often that politicians put aside their differences to work together. But last weekend, with little fanfare, David Cameron, Nick Clegg, and Ed Miliband signed up to a new pact – an agreement to work together to tackle climate change.
Burning coal is one of the world's largest sources of carbon emissions
In case you missed it, on Saturday we heard some big news. In a surprising move in the run up to the general election, David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband launched a joint pact stating that the UK will aim to the first major economy to end unabated coal burning.
Our petition asking MPs to say no to fracking under homes reached 361,736 signatures
Yesterday, after much wrangling, the Infrastructure Bill was approved by MPs. The government had designed this new legislation to be the fracker’s charter. But it has now emerged in a rather different form than Mr Cameron and the fracking industry planned when they first concocted their irresponsible wishlist to help them frack across the UK.