Environment Agency launches Flood Action Campaign in bid to encourage residents and businesses to prepare for potentially devastating floods
Peer-reviewed US study estimates sea level rise is accelerating and could reach 66cm by the end of the century, causing huge problems for world's coastal regions
Stanford University analysis of practices for sourcing sustainable materials shows most companies deal with only a few materials within a small portion of their supply chains
The pre-publicity suggests the influential writer's latest book will take aim at the green movement, but is such criticism justified
After a strong end to 2017, oil majors have some extra cash to play with - the question is, what should they do with it?
Green groups plan to take their bid to block Arctic oil exploration licences to Norway's supreme court, after a district court dismissed their case
University announces it has divested all investments in firms that generate more than five per cent of their revenues from thermal coal or oil and gas from tar sands
Litigation risk from climate change joins corporate disclosure and tougher supply chains scrutiny as Verisk Maplecroft's top environmental risks for business in 2018
How much longer can Donald Trump's dangerous environmental philosophy be left unchallenged by media and public alike?
PwC's Jon Williams argues that CEO engagement with climate risk is welcome, but it needs to translate into meaningful management action
Could new mapping technology give big businesses better insight into their supply chain's environmental performance?
EEF's Roz Bulleid argues that despite reams of new government strategy papers on environmental and green business issues, some important details remain unresolved
Annual poll finds 31 per cent of CEOs now 'extremely concerned' about threat to growth from environmental damage, as separate report examines AI's role in tackling green challenges
Global economic elite urged by World Economic Forum to consider alternative metric, prioritising living standards and sustainability
Growing threat of extreme weather, ecosystem degradation, and climate change could cause 'runaway collapse' in complex global systems, experts fear
David Powell argues that just like the late, great Paul Daniels the government is using distraction techniques to divert attention from the trick that is being pulled
'A new model for corporate governance': BlackRock boss calls on all firms to set out social and environmental strategy
In a landmark letter chief executive at the world's largest asset manager warns firms can only fulfil their potential if they have a 'sense of purpose'
Liwa Strategic Water Reserve: Abu Dhabi unveils record-breaking sub-desert water reserve in bid to boost climate resilience
Reservoir is hailed as 'breakthrough sustainable engineering feat' as UAE seeks to combat water supply risk
Mayor's Office confirms that for the first time in a decade the capital has made it past the first two weeks of January without breaching legal air pollution limits, but major challenges remain
Mayor Bill de Blasio: 'It's up to the fossil fuel companies whose greed put us in this position to shoulder the cost of making New York safer and more resilient'
Investment analysts MSCI finds 'empirical evidence' that strong environmental social and governance performance translates to greater financial returns and lower risks
EU Commission is said to be looking at changes to banking charges to boost green financing for low carbon technologies and efficiency measures, but would such a move result in fresh risks?
From Brexit and Trump to electric vehicles and climate reporting, BusinessGreen looks at the issues that will impact businesses over the next 12 months