If Ed Miliband want to differentiate Labour from the Tories, it could start by showcasing its environmentally friendly economic policies.
John Stewart, chair of AirportWatch, writes about the potential electoral consequences of Boris Johnson’s lust for more airports and runways in the South East.
Lord Adonis, Labour’s infrastructure and growth spokesman in the House of Lords, writes about the government’s failure to get the green economy going.
Amidst the debate on the EU budget, here are five key areas in which Britain benefits from membership of the EU.
Greenpeace UK’s Damian Kahya investigates the reasons behind households’ soaring energy bills.
Ed Balls must do more to challenge the anti-green George Osborne, writes Liz Hutchins, Friends of the Earth’s political co-ordinator.
Liz Thorne, policy adviser at Sustrans, examines whether a family car is a necessity or is transport poverty the real issue.
The coalition, the self-styled ‘greenest government ever’, is ditching its “dirty fossil fuels” pledge.
As the topic of energy consumption takes centre stage at the Rio+20 summit, a new interactive tool sheds new light on UK energy consumption since the 1970s.
From yesterday’s announcement on carbon reporting, it looks like the coalition are trying to divert attention from its own domestic record on the environment.