The Mayor's decision to drop the £25 emissions charge is just the latest in a series of environmenta
The Green candidate in the Haltemprice and Howden by-election accuses David Davis of avoiding debate
Growing old as a member of an eco-village has its perks, writes Findhorn resident Rhiannon Hanfman.
Concerns over food waste are well-founded, but Brown's comments make him look out of touch
The arguments of climate sceptics have largely been moulded by a far more sinister force - the US-ba
Chris Adams writes on carbon trading schemes and buying one's way back into heaven.
Jim DiPeso, Policy Director for Republicans for Environmental Protection, explains McCain's take on
How the government has had to change its guidance for car manufacturers after it was caught flouting
Washington ground to a halt in a recent heatwave. What better proof of how America's infrastructure
Even the state of Kansas, whose adherence to scientific orthodoxy doesn’t always extend to embracing
The end of cheap oil helps renewables, but makes far dirtier alternatives viable. A low-carbon futur
Sian helps launch a new cross-party, cross-NGO initiative to ask Boris Johnson what the dickens he’s
The models and solutions on offer at Findhorn are not off-the-peg selections aimed at bored shoppers
A far simpler way to constrain carbon is to deal "upstream" with the few dozen companies that produc
Jonathan Dawson makes a trip to an environmental fair in Hawick and explains a recent paradigm shift
Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg warns Gordon Brown not to go ahead with a new generation of coal power pla
Under Boris catchy ‘headline’ policies like a new routemaster bus and a no-strike deal with the RMT
Germany has 200 times more solar power installed than the UK - and this is not because Germany gets
What a puzzling time to be alive. In the world that surrounds us, beauty and the comforting familiarity of seasonal rhythms. The ospreys have returned from West Africa and are putting on a grand fishing display in Findhorn Bay.
Although crime and transportation tend to top the agendas of London mayoral candidates, issues like
Are plans to cut carbon emissions by 60 per cent enough to stave off the worst effects of climate ch
For once, the preoccupations of the rich world coincide with those of the poor world.
The mayoral candidates need to consider global warming when discussing the congestion and emission c
The Association of British Drivers (ABD) gives its take on the policies of the main London Mayor can
Sian urges London's voters to send out a strong message over green issues by voting for her first, L
Despite what the papers say, we live in pretty safe times.