27 Aug 2015 The latest attack on the renewables sector in a bid to cut energy bills by £6 is bad enough, the failure to set out an alternative vision is even worst
24 Aug 2015 The inspiring innovation underway across the UK clean tech sector deserves to be celebrated
20 Aug 2015 All of the Labour leadership candidates have promised bolder action on climate change and support for the green economy, but which offers the most compelling vision?
13 Aug 2015 The government's fracking planning shake-up offends any sense of fair play, like so much of the Conservative shale gas strategy it could prove to be counter-productive
13 Aug 2015 For the environment the first 100 days of the Cameron government have been as bleak as the air around a coal-fired power plant - the Prime Minister does not have long to deliver on his green promises
03 Aug 2015 The EPA's Clean Power Plan promises to be an historically significant turning point in the global effort to tackle climate change
28 Jul 2015 In one dramatic move Hillary Clinton has served to highlight the staggering paucity of the Labour leadership campaign's engagement with the green economic opportunity
24 Jul 2015 It has been an unremittingly bleak week for the green economy, but could there be some light at the end of the tunnel?
22 Jul 2015 Is the UK's overstretched clean energy budget a case study in government largesse or a relatively modest investment in cleaner and more resilient infrastructure?
20 Jul 2015 Clean tech could provide the power for the Northern Powerhouse and deliver the productivity boost the government craves, but only if Ministers end their attacks on the green economy and deliver a credible policy landscape
14 Jul 2015 Last week's controversial environmental policy moves dealt a blow to many green industries, but the sector has little choice but to move past its justified outrage
02 Jul 2015 James Murray's speech to the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards reflects on another year of success for the green economy
01 Jul 2015 It may not often be framed as such, but the Paris Summit promises to be one of the biggest business stories of our generation. BusinessGreen will be striving to make sense of the implications for the green economy
30 Jun 2015 The last government kicked too many crucial climate policy decisions into this parliament, now it is time for Amber Rudd to put the green economy back on track
18 Jun 2015 The confusion surrounding the government's clean energy policy has today plumbed new depths - what is needed is a genuine commitment to cost-effective decarbonisation
11 Jun 2015 With tiered divestment fast emerging as one of the most influential investment trends in recent history, fossil fuel majors would be wise to adapt their business plans accordingly
02 Jun 2015 The global Apollo Programme is not just an inspiring clean tech vision, it is good politics -governments would be wise to embrace it
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