AECOM's Robert Spencer calls on infrastructure owners to collaborate to manage material resources more effectively
New Labour amendment seeking to allow solar an exemption from higher VAT tax rate is winning cross-party backing
WWF's Toby Roxburgh argues Osborne's budget missed a massive opportunity for addressing long-term climate risks
George Osborne has now delivered eight budgets, so the only surprising thing about his approach today towards the green economy is that anyone is surprised
BusinessGreen brings you all the need-to-know information on today's green Budget announcements from George Osborne
Budget 2016: Osborne accused of ignoring Paris Agreement with fossil fuel tax breaks and clean energy tax hike
Green business groups welcome retention of mandatory carbon reporting rules and increased flood protection funding, but fears remain over support for low-carbon transition
BusinessGreen rounds up all the reaction from business leaders, policy-makers and campaigners
BusinessGreen keeps track of all the green business reaction to today's budget
Group of backbench MPs write to George Osborne urging him to extend Levy Control Framework and provide a route for renewables to deliver subsidy-free power from 2025
Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change urges George Osborne to "be explicit in your budget speech about the UK's ambition to implement the Paris Agreement"
Green Alliance analysis warns that without urgent action UK risks higher bills and a mid-2020 clean energy shortfall
Businesses, campaigners, co-operatives, local government, and schools across the north of England call on Chancellor to make ‘Northern Powerhouse' a clean energy hub
EEF's Richard Warren looks at how George Osborne could this deliver some much needed stability to the clean energy sector this Spring
Green industry figures express misgivings as government consultation suggests low-carbon development will not be a central objective for flagship infrastructure commission
ECIU's Richard Black argues the Chancellor's domestic climate policy is increasingly out of step with a post-Paris world
UK Green Building Council's John Alker suggests some key characters for the green economy's festive story
Just days after the government promised a more coherent energy and climate strategy, the Chancellor has thrown decarbonisation plans back into disarray
Key environmental departments back Osborne's decision to slash spending across Whitehall
George Osborne delivered a raft of green spending cuts and policy announcements in his spending review – BusinessGreen delivers the need-to-know guide for green business
"Rather than building the low carbon infrastructure fit for the future, the Chancellor has doubled down on building the infrastructure of the past"
Energy Company Obligation and Renewable Heat Incentive to be reformed, as Chancellor declares 'going green should not cost the Earth'
Osborne will deliver the results of his spending review during the Autumn Statement today – BusinessGreen rounds up what it could mean for the green economy
Economists at the charity estimate fresh cuts to Defra could amount to 57 per cent budget reduction in real terms