Government export finance agency's ongoing support of oil and gas projects overseas is harming the environment, tarnishing the UK’s reputation as a climate leader, and limiting its potential to create jobs, according to a new analysis published today...
MCS certification scheme says it is 'fielding calls on a daily basis from installers seeking clarity and expressing their concerns over what they feel are flaws in the scheme'
Aldersgate Group urges government to address low carbon skills deficit as a 'national priority' or risk seeing net zero transition derailed
Labour's Alan Whitehead welcomes the Prime Minister's new found love of offshore wind, but warns that without a more co-ordinated approach to connecting new wind farms to the grid the government's clean energy vision could quickly run aground
Department for Transport publishes responses to consultations on how to regulate emissions standards for cars, vans, and lorries from January
VIDEO: Gavin Esler quizzes Engie's Nicola Lovett, Yorkshire Water's Elizabeth Barber, Wakefield Councillor Jack Hemingway, and National Grid Duncan Burt about the practical steps involved in delivering net zero
VIDEO: Green Alliance executive director Shaun Spiers argues that while climate action has broken into the political mainstream, many politicians have yet to fully comprehend the scale of the net zero challenge ahead
EXCLUSIVE: As the government deliberates on bringing forward its ban of new sales of fossil fuel cars into the first half of the next decade, the Scottish energy company has called for a separate rule mandating corporate fleet decarbonisation by 2030...
Former energy and clean growth minister joins board of green investment consultancy
Farmers, opposition MPs and environmental campaigners accuse government of broken promises after failing to back UK food and environmental standards in farming legislation
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
Royal Mail, Tesla, Next, and Rio Tinto among hundreds of companies urged by investors to set science-based climate goals
More than 1,800 companies have been asked to set science-based climate targets thanks to a major new push from 137 global investors
National Insulation Association writes to Chancellor requesting clarity over long term future of the scheme, after reports that many households cannot access grant scheme
CBI, NFU, Energy UK and others form Coalition for Negative Emissions to set out the case for a new policy framework that could drive development of projects that are critical to net zero goals
Catch up on all the latest news, top speakers and in-depth discussion from BusinessGreen's Net Zero Skills Summit, looking at how to bridge the skills gap faced by the net zero transition and maximise the job opportunities from a green recovery
VIDEO: Vicki Cooke co-founder of BritainThinks, shares some key insights on the public mood six months since lockdown measures were imposed in the UK
IEA estimates that global steel sector can reach net zero emissions by 2070 and argues that the carbon-intensive sector must halve its emissions by mid-century to meet global climate goals
The Chancellor is reportedly considering a hike in carbon prices to help raise revenues and accelerate the net zero transition, but as Dr. Danial Sturge and George Day argue, carbon pricing is complex and won't deliver net zero emissions on its own
Reports may have suggested that the UK and EU have reached agreement on incorporating the Paris Agreement into any trade deal, but with just 12 weeks to go until the Brexit transition period ends huge uncertainties and risks remain for the green economy...
From Dutch green ammonia to rows over South Korean coal, BusinessGreen rounds up all the green business headlines from around the world this week
Dave Worthington, managing director of sustainability specialist Verco, sets out the practical steps for companies forging a pathway to net zero
VIDEO: In the first of three Glimpses reports looking at potential net zero gamechangers, BusinessGreen looks at the role for vertical farming in delivering a more sustainable food system
Left in the cold: Why UK homes are still hundreds of years off schedule for delivering net zero emissions
Without a clear and ambitious government plan zero carbon home heating by 2050 remains a pipe dream, a new analysis from the UK Energy Research Centre warns
Business and civil society coalition representing €62tr investments call on EU Member States to raise 2030 CO2 target to at least 55 per cent below 1990 levels