Notice


I now write on law and regulation facing the pensions sector for Professional Pensions and this portfolio will no longer be updated. Please read all my new articles on the Professional Pensions website.

Injecting carbon dioxide into rocks at more than one point simultaneously could offer the key to more effective storage of carbon dioxide (CO2), a new industry-backed study reveals today.

Read the rest of the article on:

Calls for the government to tackle the UK’s costly levels of food waste stepped up a notch this week as businesses and MPs separately demanded stronger action on boosting food security throughout the supply chain.

Read the rest of the article on:

China, the world’s biggest polluter and buyer of coal, saw a fall in its emissions in the first half of this year, while imports of coal slid by nearly 18 per cent last month, new figures show.

Read the rest of the article on:

More than a quarter of a million pounds has been set aside to support local authorities wanting to improve the re-use and recycling rate of unwanted electrical items.

Read the rest of the article on:

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has chosen the eight green innovations it intends to pilot at its world headquarters in Gogarburn, it was announced yesterday.

Read the rest of the article on: