A decade on from the Stern Review its central arguments remain as influential ever, so is its author frustrated or excited by the progress the green economy has made in the intervening 10 years
Ten years on from the publication of the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change and fresh from picking up the lifetime achievement gong at the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards, Lord Nicholas Stern...
International Emissions Trading Association writes to government to warn of business risk that would be triggered by withdrawal from EU carbon market post-Brexit
More than 300 businesses, cities, universities and energy firms call for ambitious national renovation strategies across Europe in support of climate targets
Members of cross-party Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee say delay to air quality strategy is "unacceptable" and call for urgent action to tackle the problem
Reports suggest long awaited White House meeting on future of US involvement in Paris Agreement slated for tomorrow - but which side of the debate will win out?