The new Independent Group of MPs could help embed bold climate action further in the mainstream, or it could revert to tired triangulation
Seven MPs split from Labour declaring they 'have no confidence in the Party's collective leadership, competence or culture'
Taxes, responsibility, standards, and deposits: Government unveils sweeping new waste and recycling plans
As fresh statistics confirm UK remains well short of recycling targets, latest flurry of consultations aims to flesh out plans to overhaul UK waste and recycling regime
James Murray reflects on school strikes, theories of change, and vegan sausage rolls
BP Energy Outlook: Renewables set to grow 'faster than any fuel in history', but emissions keep rising
Oil giant publishes annual report setting out a range of scenarios for the energy sector, ranging from Pars Agreement compatible decarbonisation to soaring global energy demand
UK-based energy firm says investment will help drive international expansion and support EV and energy storage plans
James Murray reflects on a dispiriting and inspiring day, as IPPR declares #ThisIsACrisis
Prime Minister declares 'I have always been clear that Brexit should not be at the expense of workers' rights or environmental protections'
Theresa May would have to change the habit of a lifetime to break the deadlock, but the Labour leader has hinted a Green Brexit deal might just be possible
Labour leader writes to Theresa May setting out terms that could see the opposition back the Prime Minister's Brexit deal
Trump's failure to mention climate change in his State of the Union address only underlines how political realities are shifting around the US President
New £6m funding package to be shared by 17 local authorities
New report argues investors should engage with Just Transition risks in the same way as they are now engaging with environmental risks
BP's shock decision to publish a Paris Agreement consistent strategy is a huge win for investors, but who decides how to define 'consistent'?
'Good news for both investors and the planet': BP pledges to deliver Paris Agreement consistent strategy
Oil giant backs sweeping resolution calling for bolder climate strategy, as Shell completes latest electric vehicle charging acquisition
Official figures confirm UK low carbon and renewable energy economy grew at close to seven per cent in 2017, marking a sharp improvement on 2016's already impressive growth rate
'Interconnectors like Nemo Link are the perfect tool to move renewable energy from where it is produced to where it is needed most'
With 57 days to go until the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, Theresa May's Green Brexit pledges remain as vague as ever
Five projects to each received £350,000 as Department for Transport seeks to cut diesel emissions across the UK rail network
Court of Appeal rejects calls for judicial review of government's handling of long-term carbon targets, but campaigners insist case for net zero target is stronger than ever
Theresa May promises to 'consider legislation where necessary' in order to 'embed the strongest possible protections on workers' rights and the environment'
The German coal phase out plan is a curate's egg - in truest sense of the term
New report from Cornwall Insight suggests plummeting offshore wind costs and strict onshore planning rules could see the cheapest form of new power move offshore
'Each year's CO2 is higher than the last': Flurry of reports raise fresh alarms over soaring global emissions
Met Office warns concentrations of atmospheric greenhouse gas emissions are set to rise sharply, as major new reports warn world is running out of time to avert dangerous levels of warming