USA offshore wind boost, Dutch climate court case, collapsing clean energy investment in Australia - a round up of green business news from around the world
Progress on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals is 'in danger' of going backwards, warns the UN
Unions give backing to 20 September day of action while NGO asks head teachers to back global protests
Largest banana-producing nations set to suffer 'significant declines' in yields as a result of a warming world
Thinktank IPPR North warns of leaks, overuse and climate crisis making droughts more likely
Major companies pledge to join youth climate activists on day strikes worldwide on 20th September in support of climate action
Archbishop of Canterbury says fund managers are not doing enough to press for change
Ipsos MORI poll for Evening Standard reveals 85 per cent of adults are now concerned about global warming and its impacts, as majority back earlier net zero target
New study from the University of Cambridge suggests seven per cent of global GDP could be wiped out by 2100 under business-as-usual carbon emissions scenario
Even the briefest power interruption can have a costly impact on businesses - Alan Barlow, Director of UK and Ireland for Centrica Business Solutions, discusses what lessons can be learnt from the UK's recent major power cut
Exchequer Secretary Simon Clarke's speech on the new 'Economics of Biodiversity' report - in full
Secretary to the Treasury Simon Clark eyes plans to build a 'sustainable economy in harmony with nature'
The accelerating deforestation rate in the Amazon is terrifying and could have global repercussions, but could business leaders have the power to turn the tide?
MPs want mandatory climate reporting within three years to avoid risk to investments
Capitalism is stepping in, doing what it does best: aligning markets and prices with risks and opportunities associated with climate change
As the summer of the countdown clock continues only one thing is certain for the UK's green economy - nothing is certain
The headlines have been filled today with stark warnings from scientists about the state of the world's land masses - how will this impact the business community?
Deforestation and intensive agriculture is accelerating the climate crisis, trapping humanity in a vicious cycle of land degradation, scientists conclude
Treasury announces an extra £2.1bn in Brexit funding is set to be releases, sparking accusations that spending pledges do not add up
Bank of England governor says firms that ignore crisis 'will go bankrupt without question'
Extending climate risk disclosure to customers could yield benefits for both insurers and, argue LSE's Swenja Surminski and Sam Unsworth
The Strand on the North bank of the Thames breaks legal EU limits on air quality for the entire year - in July
Met Office's annual report on state of UK climate also says snowy days have become rarer