People are being invited to comment on the environmental impact of plans by IGas to produce unabated hydrogen at its gas site at Albury in Surrey.
The UK strategy for cutting greenhouse gas emissions could exceed targets set by parliament, government lawyers told the High Court today.
Climate policies in the UK government’s net zero strategy are not enough to meet cuts in greenhouse gas emissions required by law for the 2030s, it was revealed at the High Court today.
Investing in new fossil fuel infrastructure is moral and economic madness, the UN secretary general said today.
The Court of Appeal will decide whether ministers acted lawfully in agreeing $1.15 billion of financing for a liquified natural gas project in Mozambique, it was confirmed this afternoon.
The Environment Agency is seeking public comments on its expected approval of a wide range of new operations at the Horse Hill oil site in Surrey.
An influential group of MPs has accused the government of having no clear plan for funding the transition to net zero emissions by 2050.
The UK’s official advisor on climate change has said it would support a government presumption against future oil and gas exploration.
An environmental campaigner who brought a legal challenge over the climate impact of onshore oil production is considering taking her case to the Supreme Court after a divided ruling from judges.
Hundreds of tonnes of climate-warming methane is being released into the atmosphere by the UK’s longest continuously producing onshore oil well, despite curbs ordered by the environmental regulator.