Plus all the top green business news from around the world, including PGE ditching coal, Peru and Switzerland CO2 offset deal, and Australia green power project
VIDEO: James Murray chats to Woodland Trust CEO Darren Moorcroft, CISL's Dr Gemma Cranston, and Tetra Pak's Charles Brand about the need to scale nature protection and restoration projects to reach net zero
Companies and investors must team up with farm sectors, businesses and governments aspiring to achieve forest-friendly development, argue the Earth Innovation Institute's Daniel Nepstad and Darrel Webber
Former Bank of England Governor recently set up a Taskforce to accelerate the development of a voluntary market for carbon offsets
Dr Ben Caldecott argues the row currently raging between Treasury and BEIS over whether to introduce a new carbon tax or UK emissions trading scheme presents a false choice
Carbon tax could generate £27bn by 2030 that could be invested into Covid-19 recovery efforts, emerging green technologies, and cushioning against any rise in household bills, campaign group argues
'Technically and economically possible': Energy Transitions Commission unveils offset-lite net zero vision
Fresh analysis backed by 40 major energy, finance, and industry companies - including Shell, BP, Volvo, and ArcelorMittal - explores actions required this decade to deliver an emissions-free economy by mid-century that is not overly reliant on carbon...
If the UK wants to be a global climate leader and finance hub at COP26, a carbon charge should be a core part of its climate strategy, argues Green Finance Institute CEO Rhian-Mari Thomas
CO2 price in EU emissions trading scheme breaches €30 per tonne-mark amid political push for 'green recovery'
UN aviation body ICAO condemned by climate campaigners for controversially changing CORSIA carbon offset scheme rules
Plus all the top green business news from around the world this week, including Denmark's new climate law and the Australian mining sector's net zero pledge
A new OECD report weights up the pros and cons of a host of carbon pricing options, from cap and trade systems to flat fuel taxes
Reuters reports that proposals to link EU and UK ETS unlikely to gain Brussels approval without fresh safeguards
Response to consultation confirms government plans to press ahead with development of post-Brexit UK carbon trading scheme
Differences on regulatory alignment between EU and UK expected to come to head in next month's talks
Forestry Commission invites farmers and land manages to bid for funding support to create new woodlands to help tackle the effects of climate change
Greenhouse gas emissions traded under Europe's ETS dropped 8.7 per cent overall last year, although many airlines saw their CO2 rise
Conventional fiscal thinking needs to be turned on its head to implement a fairer, more effective approach to net zero, according to the authors of a new report
Members of the commission, which was assembled by the Zero Carbon Campaign, have been drawn from political, scientific, academic and climate policy backgrounds
It is arguably the final big piece of the Paris Agreement puzzle, but Article 6 remains hugely contentious and could have a huge impact on both businesses and climate action
Ben Caldecott of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme argues Brexit provides an opportunity to build 'the world's first ever net zero aligned emissions trading scheme'
New index prices carbon credits at $23.65
Climate change advisors tell government that a suite of net zero policies is needed after UK exits the EU's emissions trading system