But UNFCCC executive secretary Patricia Espinosa affirms climate agenda post-Paris is "unstoppable" whatever the US does next
But green groups hit back at 'pseudo-science' used in study, insisting biomass has a viable role in low-carbon energy system
Norway is under mounting pressure to allow its sovereign wealth fund the ability to invest in unlisted infrastructure assets - such as clean energy projects - to boost growth prospects and curb climate risk
Greener UK coalition launches manifesto highlighting significant concerns over potential weakening of regulations
Large numbers of workplace pensions are vulnerable to environmental, social and governance risks including climate concerns, according to new research
Research institute plans to harness Iceland's abundant supply of geothermal and hydroelectric power to cut carbon footprint and energy costs of its data centres
Letter to President Trump from 20 states argues support for renewable energy can 'strengthen America's energy future'
Head of sustainable business policy at BT Gabrielle Ginér sets out the strategy behind BT's net positive goal
Public backing for clean energy drops in latest government survey, but just four per cent say they oppose renewables
Survey of executives at utilities, developers and energy operators reveals more than 70 per cent reckon renewables are reaching cost parity with fossil fuels
Public Accounts Committee says government must do more to inform bill payers how subsidies are being spent, but would such transparency help or hinder clean energy?
Green Alliance study suggests new fiscal measures to support regeneration of UK farmland could boost food production and protect environment
'More carrot, less stick': Heavy industry seizes Brexit opportunity to call for climate strategy re-think
British Ceramic Confederation tells MPs UK should withdraw from EU carbon trading scheme and 'take stock' of green laws post-Brexit, but faces opposition from climate experts
Gas power stations won the largest share of the 54GW of deals awarded, as auction clears at a lower than expected £6.95 per KW per year
A rethink on energy ties, an overhaul of farming subsidies and support for science and technology all mooted in the new whitepaper - but the pathway towards a green Brexit remains vague
Major new Carbon Tracker report argues energy companies need to shelve business as usual and recognise the disruptive power of renewables and electric cars
What can Myron Ebell, who headed Tump's EPA transition team and decries the climate change 'expertariat', tell us about the new US administration?
From Prince Charles to his own pick for Secretary of State, is pressure mounting on Trump to re-think Paris Agreement opposition?
Trump advisor predicts 'lively debate' over US stance on Paris deal, as tensions mount over President's planned state visit to the UK
A recent report by Moody's Investor Services shows that green bond issuances reached record highs in 2016. Yet, many US companies remain hesitant about them
The government this week unveiled plans for a new energy storage R&D institute as part of its Industrial Strategy - but insiders claim that instead of more 'blue sky thinking' what the industry really needs is a route to market
The latest BEIS electricity statistics, covering the third quarter of 2016, give an up-to-date glimpse into a system in flux
BusinessGreen tracks the energy giant's latest insights on the green economy, from rising renewables to the acceleration of EV adoption
Owner of leading luxury brands such as Gucci, Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga and Stella McCartney unveils 10-year plan to slash environmental impacts
From support for electric cars to promises to tackle the skills crunch, there is a lot for green businesses to like in the government's proposed strategy - but does it go far enough?