Busy day in Brussels as MEPs call for 40 per cent energy efficiency target and 30 per cent renewables target for 2030
Member states reduced emissions 24 per cent in 2014 compared to 1990 levels
Documents seen by Guardian show that the commission's in-house science service told it in 2010 that tests had uncovered what researchers suspected to be a 'defeat device'
The Green Party's Molly Scott Cato argues the EU's environmental protections are anything but 'spirit-crushing'
Leaving the EU could deliver some gains for green businesses, but they are far outweighed by the potential losses and certain disruption
REA's Nina Skorupska argues that whatever the result next week, the government needs to move fast to address clean energy investor concerns
Green MP joins forces with ex-diplomat to call on Green voters to back remaining in the EU, warning a vote for Brexit would embolden politicians who wish to scrap climate regulations
BREAKING: European Commission begins legislative process for ratification, calling for approval as soon as possible
'Freed from Brussels' chokehold, we would replace the Precautionary Principle with the Innovation Principle,' says former Environment Secretary
Upcoming Global Strategy must take account of threats and opportunities posed by climate change, argues E3G report
Steffen Böhm of the University of Exeter argues the EU is far from being the kind of unalloyed environmental champion it is often presented as
Draft MEP environment committee report makes number of amendments to EU Circular Economy proposals
Mobile operator O2 is adapting to changing marketplace by adopting a more circular business model
Pact of Amsterdam seeks cities' collaboration on challenges such as air pollution, climate adaptation and energy transition
Europe's climate leadership can help to kick-start clean energy innovation, finds i24c initiative
Molly Scott Cato argues the UK will be in a better position to protect its strategic industries and pursue high environmental standards if it remains within an EU that the UK government truly engages with
Independent evaluation concludes EU attempts to end imports of illegal timber are leading to improved forest governance
Writing exclusively for BusinessGreen, Sir Ed Davey warns Brexit uncertainty will cause an investment hiatus just when UK spending on clean energy infrastructure must increase
Independent study credits EU membership with helping to drive "marked improvement in environmental quality in the UK"
Green Party MEP Molly Scott Cato argues there is no need for a battle between the UK and the European Commission over VAT rates on renewables
As controversial government leaflet warns Brexit could undermine UK efforts to tackle climate change, leading think tanks highlight damage a vote to leave may do to green businesses
Renewables, clean tech, manufacturing and gas groups join forces to call for EU to remove barriers to development of flexible energy market and demand response services
Energy and Climate Change Secretary to warn leaving EU would push up energy costs, undermine security, and make it harder to attract clean energy investment
Europe-wide study reveals 18 out of 100 products tested failed to comply with energy use and labeling laws