Grangemouth oil refinery emits vapours near the Firth of Forth on November 17, 2009 in Longannet ,Scotland.

Tesla Motors showed off the first production version of the sedan it hopes will make it the first pure mass-market electric car company and said that more than 6,000 advanced orders had already acc

Burma’s authoritarian government has suspended the construction of a $3.6bn Chinese-backed hydroelectric dam in what is being seen as a conciliatory gesture to its opponents and possibly the most v

Paris will on Sunday launch an ambitious electrically powered car-share service that it hopes will not only improve the quality of life in the City of Lights but also herald a revolution in sustain

The boom in agricultural commodities has turned English farmland into one of the country’s best performing asset classes, outdoing even London’s much-lauded property market.

The European Commission is warning Italy that it risks heavy court fines for its alleged failure to stop large-scale illegal fishing with driftnets that were banned from European waters two decades

The company that owns a mine where a man died on Tuesday is in court this week to answer charges it failed to prevent the death of another man at the same pit in 2008, the Financial Times has learn

Scottish and Southern Energy is in talks to pull out of a consortium planning to build a nuclear power plant in the UK, as the company seeks to concentrate on renewable energy.

Almost 500 South African miners are seeking health-related compensation from Anglo American through a High Court lawsuit launched in London on Wednesday.

The rise in agricultural commodities prices has led to the lowest support by rich countries to their farmers in nearly three decades, according to new figures released by the Organisation for Econo