BEIS is planning to re-jig public energy and climate change surveys to bring it up to speed with government priorities
Business Europe and the US Council for International Business are calling for a direct channel to influence the review process for national climate targets
Ibiza, Menorca, Formentera, and Mallorca will transition to 100 per cent renewable electricity by 2050 under ambitious new climate law
Analysts cite recently-agreed reforms to EU Emissions Trading Scheme as a major driver behind recent carbon price surge, but can the cost of polluting keep rising?
Boris Johnson's speech had little to say on environmental issues, but what it did say laid bare the deep ideological divide at the heart of government
Foreign Secretary insists any Brexit deal must provide UK with the freedom to change environmental rules, energy efficiency standards, and energy taxes if it wants to
Party seeks farming subsidy regime redesign as it launches raft of policy proposals aimed at boosting animal welfare standards across meat production chain
Major new analysis from OECD finds energy taxes around the world are far too low to deliver environmental benefits or deep emissions cuts
Government pledges to retain EU timber rules post-Brexit, but will Boris sign up to Green Brexit vision?
Confederation of Timber Industries welcomes Defra support for EU timber regulations, but is the Foreign Secretary signed up to such high levels of regulatory convergence?
Cross party group of MPs launched in a bid to highlight the growing potential of the zero emission vehicle sector
David Powell of the New Economics Foundation explains how opposition to fracking is only heading in one direction - and a tipping point for the frackers could soon be reached
Trump's plan would threaten endangered species or fragile habitats with limits for environmental reviews
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn this weekend proposed to sweep away the UK's 'centralised' energy system and replace it with a greener system shaped by public ownership - but could such a vision ever become a reality?
Experts from Citi, Microsoft and Bank of America weigh in on the latest corporate efforts to reach dramatic emissions targets
Former Environment Secretary declares denial of climate science 'untenable' and warns UK must reject a 'Trumpian denial of the facts'
Coalition agreement to appoint special commission to explore how binding German emission targets can be met
Divestment movement continues to grow as more UK academic institutions fulfil pledges to end fossil fuel investments within three years
Supermarket chain sets out plans to reduce amount of plastic in its own-brand packaging by 10 per cent this year, among several other pledges
Official estimates credit ongoing decline in coal power for sharp cut in UK greenhouse gases in 2016, although transport emissions continue to rise
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
Tackling climate change is good for the economy, good for business and good for people. Except when it's not properly managed, says Labour's Alex Sobel
Updating and developing UK green standards domestically post-Brexit presents significant practical and legal challenges, according to new report from the UK Environmental Law Association
French foreign minister says the US 'should know what to expect' if it leaves international climate pact and seeks a trade deal with Europe
Leaked strategy document shows EU is not blinking when it comes to ensuring level playing field on environmental standards, further asserting its 'red line'