A decade on from the Stern Review its central arguments remain as influential ever, so is its author frustrated or excited by the progress the green economy has made in the intervening 10 years
Ten years on from the publication of the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change and fresh from picking up the lifetime achievement gong at the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards, Lord Nicholas Stern...
Business Secretary expresses 'frustration' at Honda's decision to close Swindon car plant, as Corbyn touts Labour plans for 'large-scale' green investment
Latest CDP report reveals vast majority of European corporates recognise climate-related risks, but the response to those risks remains hugely varied
From Brexit to green R&D, Michael Gove's speech to the National Farmers Union - in full
With markets shifting towards greener eating, EU should urgently prioritise plant-based and lab-grown meat industries, Chatham House report argues