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...
Hot weather heading into the bank holiday prompts National Grid to forecast solar generation "in excess of 8GW" - putting Britain on track to beat 8.48GW generation record set in May
Virtual pop band teams up with energy giant E.ON to create solar-powered music studio for creative music projects
The unlikely story of how businesses backed the state's emissions reduction policies. Will they follow the same playbook for US and global policies?
A new BSR initiative brings together major fuel buyers to scope out the market for alternative fuels and heavy-duty electric vehicles