Nine Member States hit their 2020 renewables targets by 2014, but the Netherlands, UK, Ireland, and France face challenge to deliver on legally-binding goals
Green MEP Molly Scott Cato argues industry lobbying against tougher air quality standards only hampers automotive innovation
New figures show 2015 was a big year for both the German wind market and the offshore wind industry
Mike Landy of the Solar Trade Association argues there is a compelling case for the government to stick to its guns in its battle with Brussels and ensure solar technologies continue to benefit from a lower VAT rate
Leading group of environmentalists warns that leaving the European Union would mean a return to filthy beaches, foul air and weak conservation laws
Senior environment experts issue open letter to Secretary of State Liz Truss to voice concerns that Brexit would jeopardise the UK’s environmental protections and weaken its international influence
UK’s chief climate envoy has revealed to BusinessGreen that China is developing a carbon trading system scheme that will be “compatible” with the EU’s – but what will this mean in practice?
French foreign minister says efforts to fight climate change will be given a push if heads of government ratify the deal
New business alliance say the EU-US trade deal would undermine environmental regulations as well as democracy
Law firm ClientEarth says it will seek urgent court action because of the risk to people’s lives from dangerous emissions
Thomson Reuters report reveals value of global carbon market expanded last year, despite fall in volumes
Coalition of more than 30 German businesses demands an overhaul of EU climate and energy policy in the wake of Paris Agreement
Chinese firm withdraws from minimum pricing scheme in protest at "misinterpretation" of trading rules following Commission's decision to extend measures past expiry date
More than 100 countries now aligned in calling for five yearly reviews, a long term emissions target, and a legally-binding accord
Tidal energy developer has now received total investments of €37m to develop its marine kite technology
Marks & Spencer's Rowland Hill considers the merits of the new EU circular economy package
The latest recycling figures from Defra suggest English recycling rates are stalling, putting our 2020 targets further out of reach. What's going on?
International Council on Clean Transportation says EU-wide testing body would stop car manufacturers gaming the system
Financing from the EU's development funds to its neighbours far higher for fossil fuels than for renewables, report finds
Parliament to offset unavoidable emissions from 2016, making it the first EU institution to become 'carbon-neutral'
Leading institutional investors issue open letter to EU policymakers calling for vehicles to face 'real world' driving emissions tests
EU experts support doubling of legal limit of nitrogen oxide emissions allowed under Euro VI, as MEPs approve new air pollution targets
MEPs outraged as biggest three European countries push for watered down nitrogen oxide targets ahead of crucial EU vote
Environmental Audit Committee to examine the role of EU policies in improving UK environmental issues