Gas boilers for home heating will have to be virtually eliminated by 2050 if the UK is to meet its carbon reduction targets, according to a new report.
Up to 30 new gas power stations could be built by 2030, George Osborne is expected to announce tomorrow.
If international summits are to be more than just heated debates, developed countries such as the UK must step forward to turn the fine words into concrete action.
Europe's distribution of carbon permits may hurt the economy, a report has claimed.
Further airport expansion in the south-east of England, including the third runway at Heathrow airport, is reportedly once again under discussion in government.
Tim Yeo, chair of the environmental audit committee, gives his judgement on the government's cuts to solar energy tariffs:
Shadow energy and climate change secretary Caroline Flint responds to the high court's ruling that cuts to solar tariff payments are legally flawed:
Friends of the Earth executive director Andy Atkins comments after the government's high court defeat on solar feed-in tariffs:
Efforts to tackle climate change are not responsible for increased energy prices, government advisers have insisted.
Progress was made at the Durban climate talks – it's just going to happen ten years too late.
George Osborne pleased his Conservative audience today with a coded attack on business secretary Vince Cable.
Britain did not achieve the three per cent annual cut in carbon emissions needed to meet its first four carbon budgets, MPs have been told.