The estimated greenhouse gas emissions from the top 17 consumer technology companies for 2016 amounted to more than 103m metric tons.
Mexican industrial group Mexichem will acquire control of Israel’s Netafim, the world’s largest drip irrigation company, for $1.5bn.
The UK is not on track to reach its target of reducing carbon emissions by more than half within 13 years, according to energy industry professionals.
In June 2016 the UK voted to leave the European Union, but almost a year on, how has the political environment changed?
For the first time, renewable sources of energy have generated more electricity than coal and gas in the UK.
Car pollution, coal power, plastic pollution, rising sea levels and food scarcity are all big issues.
Shareholders in Exxon Mobil, the world's biggest oil company, today backed a motion requiring the company to disclose the impact of climate change on its business.
Leaders of the G7, seven of the world's biggest industrial nations, met at a summit in Taormina, Sicily on Friday to discuss issues ranging from terrorism to climate change.
US president Donald Trump's administration will unveil his budget later today.
Campaigners have long argued that the discarded plastic bag can ruin the view, spoil the country side, and damage the environment.
A new study has suggested charging coffee drinkers a fee for disposable cups to stop people using them An estimated 2.5bn coffee cups are used in the UK year, creating around 25,000 tonnes of waste.
Belgian economist Paul de Grauwe is the author of The Limits of the Market, which looks at the tension between the market and the state.
The wind energy market is forecast to peak at $81bn in 2019, before experiencing a sudden drop the following year to $71.21bn, according to a report published today by consulting firm GlobalData.