We should empower our central bank to go further in steering capital flows towards the low-carbon economy, argues Positive Money's executive director Fran Boait
All the green business news from around the world this week
'Preparing to rise to this challenge': Claire Perry hails potential of COP26 to deliver 'cooperative and ambitious action'
As UK steps up efforts to secure COP26 Summit for Glasgow, prospective Summit President Claire Perry offers her first take on what is at stake
Institution commits to selling its remaining £2.8m holdings in fossil fuel companies by 2022 following pressure from student campaigners
Installation of home insulation has plummeted since Warm Front Scheme was scrapped in 2013, which may have led to millions of tonnes of additional CO2 emissions
As fracking resumes in Lancashire, mixed messages emerge from government as it tones down the pro-shale gas rhetoric but hints at a review of crucial tremor rules
Developer Banks Renewables lodged application for formal review of Contracts for Difference subsidy scheme over the exclusion of onshore wind projects from current auction
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'
Shapps questions whether third runway 'stacks up' on financial grounds and promises to take 'really, really close look' at case for expansion
International Trade Committee to look at how UK trade policy can drive high environmental standards and tackle climate change
Does the UK need a Committee on Air Pollution? Think tank Bright Blue sets out policy menu for tackling air pollution crisis
Despite a turbulent summer, we shouldn't lose faith in our ability to tackle the climate crisis, argues Green MEP Molly Scott Cato
Projects looking at clean AI technologies, the impact of ocean currents on the climate, and collaborative innovation with the US awarded a share of £60m funding pot
Thurston Butchers in Bury St Edmonds believes it will be first in the UK to stock plant-based chicken and bacon alternatives from vegan supplier THIS
Amnesty International, NUJ, Greenpeace, and others warn restrictions in remit of proposed Office for Environmental Protection 'wholly at odds with public's right to information'
If UK and Italian joint proposal to host COP26 succeeds, crunch UN Summit will be held in Glasgow in late 2020
Hopes for a net zero-focused Spending Review that boosts the green economy are receding, as business groups warn 'every day that goes by without clarity means more misguided investments and unseized opportunities'
Climate change advisors tell government that a suite of net zero policies is needed after UK exits the EU's emissions trading system
As the summer of the countdown clock continues only one thing is certain for the UK's green economy - nothing is certain
REA's Daniel Brown assesses the slew of new EV policy and regulatory proposals just released by the UK's Office for Low Emission Vehicles
All the reaction from green businesses, policymakers, experts and campaigners on the IPCC's stirring report on how land use is affecting the climate
Sir John Armitt calls for government to commit to spending 1.2 per cent of GDP every year on future-proofing UK infrastructure
Pacific island nation aims to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, tax plastics, and draw up plans to relocate citizens affected by climate change