Green Brexit: What next?
Catch all the latest from BusinessGreen's series on the impact of Brexit on the green economy
BusinessGreen explores the challenges and opportunities for the green economy as it prepares for a post-Brexit future.
A brutal Brexit hangover looms for the green economy, unless Ministers can deliver the policy stability and vision the UK requires
Good Energy's Juliet Davenport argues Brexit requires the UK to embark on a new era of climate leadership
The Lib Dem's Baroness Featherstone argues the green economy should be at the top table during Brexit negotiations
Labour's Barry Gardiner argues the UK's future trading relationships should seek to make the UK a green business leader for the 21st century
It is unlikely to be anywhere near the top of Theresa May's list of Brexit priorities, but the EU's approach to waste and resources contains plenty of potential political pitfalls
A lack of short-term consequences threatens to mask the long-term dangers Brexit poses to the UK energy market, from increased costs to missed clean energy opportunities
Brexit may be a mammoth challenge, but we must not let it distract us from driving real action on climate, argues Friends of the Earth's Craig Bennett
Will the UK maintain strong environmental protections alongside support for sustainable farming post-Brexit?
Frans van den Heuvel is confident the UK solar pioneer is delivering on its international expansion plans, but admits Brexit could present a challenge for the UK-based company
UK solar firm snaps up 400MW pipeline of utility scale solar projects across five countries, as CEO confirms company is exploring Brexit contingency plans
Vampire arguments that put growth before green are no way to secure a prosperous post-Brexit Britain
Any new trade deal that features 'less climate concern' will simply allow polluting foreign companies to undercut greener UK rivals
How is the UK green economy likely to fare if EU freedom of movement comes to an end?
Baroness Jenny Jones argues Brexit could offer a major opportunity for the green economy and the UK's small businesses
Whether the UK stays in the ETS or exits after Brexit could have major implications for carbon intensive businesses on both sides of the Channel
WWF's Gareth Redmond-King sets out the Brexit to do list for the green campaigning community
New analysis from Thomson Reuters' Point Carbon suggests UK exit from trading scheme could spark a surge in UK firms offloading emissions allowances
What will happen to green standards, regulations and workers in the construction sector once the UK leaves the EU?
Andrew Warren warns the tabloid war on energy efficiency standards could end up costing businesses hundreds of thousands of pounds post-Brexit
BusinessGreen takes a look at the environmental implications of the post-Brexit shake-up that looms for UK trade
E3G's Nick Mabey asks what is at really stake for energy and climate in the Brexit negotiations
Bloomberg says officials are looking to exclude UK from EU renewables targets while retaining access to bloc's energy market
ClientEarth's Robyn Meadwell explores how post-Brexit trade deals could aid the environment - but only if certain conditions are met
Conservative thinktank finds voters want to protect laws on beach standards and renewable energy production
The government is being forced to take tougher action on air pollution because of EU rules, so how clean will our air be without them?
techUK's Susanne Baker, chair of the UK REACH Cross Sector Group, explores why the Great Repeal Bill won't work for the EU's flagship chemicals regime
Brexit presents an immense challenge and unique opportunity for green businesses - over the next fortnight BusinessGreen takes the microscope to the issues that will determine whether we get a Green Brexit
Brexit throws up countless uncertainties for green businesses, but they should not be allowed to paralyse decision makers
Brexit creates considerable uncertainty, but AECOM's Robert Spencer argues businesses need to recognise decarbonisation, green infrastructure, and air quality efforts will continue
The latest attack on European environmental regulations is laughable, but it demands a serious response from government and business
Greener for Life's Winston Reed believes that although Brexit will hit agriculture hard, it could also present farmers with an opportunity to become green energy leaders