Exclusive: Allegations by Indian customs of huge sums being siphoned off to tax havens from projects are contained in legal documents but denied by company
Dutch advertising watchdog’s ruling prompts company to change line to ‘least polluting fossil fuel’ as campaigners welcome action over ‘misleading’ ad
Decision enrages environmental groups, with Lock the Gate calling it a ‘very dark day for farming’ in the state
Energy prices | Moeen Ali | Prudish chemists | Gay chants | LiberalismIt is disappointing to see such a large price rise from British Gas (Report, 1 August), but let’s not slam these suppliers for being greedy...
Readers respond to Britain’s latest clean air plan and the ban on all new petrol and diesel cars and vans from 2040So, the government is committed to banning all diesel and petrol cars by 2040 (Report, 26 July)...
The tech giant and a leading US fusion company develop a new computer algorithm that significantly speeds up progress towards clean, limitless energy
Bureau of Land Management says it is moving to discard 2015 regulation as it duplicates state rules and ‘imposes unjustified costs’ on oil and gas industry
An underwater robot has captured images of what is believed to be suspected debris of melted nuclear fuel inside one of the reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan...
The vast majority of newly built stations in Indonesia relied on export credits agencies or development banks, says study by Market Forces
Catholic order builds chapel in middle of cornfield in attempt to use religious freedom protections to block Atlantic Sunrise pipeline
Move represents a tiny proportion of world production, but could embolden others to rethink their commitment to cuts
Royal Academy of Engineering report backs increased use of biofuels but says more should come from waste rather than food crops
Royal Academy of Engineering report backs increased use of biofuels but warns that some have been as polluting as fossil fuels
Department for Exiting the EU publishes position papers on Euratom treaty and European court of justice
IEA says growth in production, as fracking opens up shale oil and gas deposits, will see US rival Russia and Norway
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