Felix Preston of Chatham House considers who will champion the Paris Agreement if US goes into reverse on climate change
Matthew Kahn explores why China is unlikely to indulge in the environmental 'free riding' favoured by President-elect Trump
Government unveils five-year plan to boost clean energy development
County council to study workplace parking levy and congestion charge to help fund suite of measures aimed at reducing transport emissions
Chinese start-up launches new brand NIO at Saatchi Gallery in London
New Grantham Institute paper warns the US, Canada, Australia, Argentina, Saudi Arabia and Turkey yet to back up Paris goals
Falling coal use in China and US to thank for flat emissions despite economic growth
European Investment Bank pledges more green investment in the pipeline following acceleration of project approvals post-Paris
Ian Thomas of Turquoise International argues Chinese investment can deliver a major boost to Europe's green economy
Record $26bn of green bond issuances in the third quarter of this year, more than 130 per cent above 2015 levels
New policy cancels construction work on 30 large-scale coal plants, although others warn China continues to expand coal power abroad
New analysis finds more international carbon trading could drastically reduce costs of delivering deep emissions cuts
Analysis suggests significant new financing is needed to deliver 498GW of renewable energy promised under Paris Agreements
Over 400 companies warn minimum-pricing rules for Chinese imports are 'negatively impacting the entire European solar value chain to the detriment of jobs, investment and solar deployment in Europe'
New safeguards sought by BEIS on the controversial £18bn nuclear project formally agreed by all parties at ceremony in London
Matthew Farrow reflects on a recent visit by Chinese environmental businesses to the UK, and asks what the May government can learn from China's approach to tackling serious environmental challenges
Standard & Poors downgrades EDF's credit rating just days after Moody's places its EDF rating on review
Scheme designed to cap energy consumption by allocating quotas to companies
Over 1,200 firms are now either using internal carbon pricing already or plan to do so soon, CDP report reveals, but is it impacting their investment decisions?
Data gaps in China and political opposition in the US mean efforts to phase out fossil fuel subsidies continue to face significant challenges
As Climate Week continues in New York, the EP100 campaign announces new cohort of members - But can it get companies to finally start taking energy use seriously?
EP100 members plan to double their energy productivity by 2030
Energy investment fell eight per cent in 2015, reflecting low oil and gas prices, but falling costs and government policy shift spending towards clean energy, data shows
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