Behind the bleak geopolitical headlines, the catalysing effect of the Paris Agreement on the world's most influential businesses is beginning to be felt
The government has said it wants to make the UK one of the world's most resource efficient economies, but can this admirable ambition survive the turbulence unleashed by Brexit?
The arguments the Trump team is deploying against environmental action are decades old, they need a robust response
The narrative suggesting Trump will run America the way you run a corporation is becoming received wisdom, but his approach has little in common with the best the global business community has to offer
The context that originally shaped the Green Investment Bank privatisation plan has changed; it is time the government's approach changed too
A big decision is looming for the government on the future of tidal energy in the UK - and it could shape the future of the UK's clean energy mix for a century
It's been a tumultuous year for the green economy - but beyond the depressing headlines there has been much to celebrate
The fossil fuel divestment trend is one of the biggest financial stories in years, all businesses need to understand its implications
James Murray's speech to the second annual BusinessGreen Technology Awards
Hammond embraces the electric vehicle zeitgeist, but can he deliver the genuinely green budget the UK needs?
The Autumn Statement contained some welcome surprises for green businesses, but the big test of the government's low carbon credentials awaits next year
The Marrakesh Action Proclamation and the unstoppable march of green businesses suggests the Age of Enlightenment is not done just yet
Could Trump's threat to exit the Paris Agreement prompt counter-measures in the form of carbon tariffs?
The new US president presents a unique threat to efforts to tackle climate change, but the challenge is not insurmountable
Investing $1bn over 10 years in tackling climate change is woefully inadequate for both the environment and the future of the oil and gas industry
The Paris Agreement's coming into force is an historic achievement, but its early prospects now rest with the US electorate
How Nissan letter and High Court ruling offer comfort to EV enthusiasts and clean air campaigners alike
Controversial assurances offered by Greg Clark to Nissan contain further good news for a green transport sector now set to reap the rewards from ClientEarth's successful legal action
The idea so-called lukewarmism can be used to justify a slowdown in decarbonisation efforts fails to understand basic principles of risk management
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall should wake up and smell the coffee, corporate trials are not always 'greenwash'
The broadcaster last week labelled a trial to tackle woeful coffee recycling rates as corporate 'greenwash' - such criticism is both unfair and counterproductive
If the government wants Heathrow expansion, why hasn't an aviation climate strategy been cleared for take-off?
The government appears willing to approve a new runway without so much as a fig leaf to cover the embarrassing space where a credible green aviation strategy should be
The government's support for fracking is part of an economic and technological orthodoxy that has done the global economy few favours over the past decade - a change needs to come and the Paris Agreement can provide it
The new government's commitment to climate action is serious, but its failure to talk about it this week is a dereliction of duty
All parties involved in the controversial privatisation process are keeping tight-lipped, but at some point the government is going to have to address questions about the future of the green bank
Following Paris Agreement ratification, fifth carbon budget approval, and the green light for Hinkley Point, encouraging signs are emerging that Theresa May is serious about climate action
How can we stay positive and resist the fear and anger the threat of climate crisis provokes?