Governor of Washington quits race for Democratic nomination, signalling he is confident the party will land on a candidate who prioritises climate action
The Prime Minister is right to say the UK has some of the most ambitious environmental legislation in the world, but as a new report reveals many of those rules are going unenforced
Unchecked campaign launches with stark warning that funding for environmental enforcement agencies has been halved since 2010
Like a husband telling a suspicious partner he'll be home on time, Boris Johnson is telling the EU the UK wants to have 'world-class' environmental standards, but it also wants the freedom to change them if it chooses
'That is the point of our exit': Johnson raises prospect of UK environmental rules diverging from the EU
Prime Minister insists government remains committed to 'world-class' environmental standards, but insists laws and regulations to deliver them 'will potentially diverge from those of the EU'
Essential AI: Top business groups call for creation of International Centre for AI, Energy and Climate
Leading trade bodies, clean tech start-ups, and green campaigners join forces to put forward proposal for a new AI-focused research centre
Company promises to prioritise digital marketing, carbon offset any print-based messaging, and end all door drop marketing
British Gas to provide renewable gas and electricity to over 4,500 Catholic churches and schools in one of the UK's biggest ever green energy contracts
'Preparing to rise to this challenge': Claire Perry hails potential of COP26 to deliver 'cooperative and ambitious action'
As UK steps up efforts to secure COP26 Summit for Glasgow, prospective Summit President Claire Perry offers her first take on what is at stake
GE Offshore Wind will today dock the first 107 metre long blade for its Haliade-X 12MW turbine at the Blyth testing facility near Newcastle
As speculation mounts at the prospect of a Solarcentury sale, chief executive Frans van den Heuvel tells BusinessGreen about the company's hugely ambitious expansion plans
Andrea Leadsom announces Energy Emergencies Executives Committee is to review last week's power cut, as National Grid boss defends company's response
EXCLUSIVE: Industry sources fear a Judicial Review application against the government's latest clean energy auction could delay the high profile bid process
BloombergNEF update confirms global corporate demand for clean energy contracts is continuing to rise, thanks in large part to US blue chips
Additional £2.5m of funding announced, as new Transport Secretary Grant Shapps declares that he wants electric cars to be 'normal rather than the exception'
Hopes for a net zero-focused Spending Review that boosts the green economy are receding, as business groups warn 'every day that goes by without clarity means more misguided investments and unseized opportunities'
As the summer of the countdown clock continues only one thing is certain for the UK's green economy - nothing is certain
Treasury announces an extra £2.1bn in Brexit funding is set to be releases, sparking accusations that spending pledges do not add up
Senator Kamala Harris teams up with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to table Climate Equity Act, as leading candidate up decarbonisation plans
Ellie Goulding, Charles Dance, and Lucy Siegle among group writing to the new Prime Minister to call for immediate introduction of 10 year climate action plan
Government steps up Brexit planning, as NFU chief warns of 'impossibility' of high standards no deal scenario
Ministers warn government is now "operating on the assumption" of no deal Brexit, raising fears it could seriously erode environmental standards
Boris Johnson's new Cabinet is greener than it looks, but does it matter?
Brexit will inevitably dominate, but Andrea Leadsom, Theresa Villiers, Grant Shapps, and Sajid Javid all face critical policy choices that will shape the green economy for decades to come
Former Energy and Clean Growth Minister appointed COP26 President, as Greg Clark leaves BEIS and and Michael Gove exits Defra