Its new owners Macquarie insist it has a plan to use the bank to invest heavily in pioneering green infrastructure, but plenty are still suspicious of the sale
Environment ministers from the two nations pledge to work together to protect devolved green agendas
New head of the Green Investment Group - formally Green Investment Bank - Edward Northam explains what lies ahead for the newly privatised body
Controversial sale of the Green Investment Bank to Australia's Macquarie closes and bank's name changed to the 'Green Investment Group'
EU set to link emissions trading system with Switzerland's programme in landmark deal that could provide answers for UK policy post-Brexit
Experts warn maintaining an open border will require UK's continued adherence to EU food safety standards - minimising flexibility in international trade deals
President says projects will still need to meet 'environmental safeguards', as he rolls back rules designed to limit flooding and sea level risks
UK's leading region for green energy jobs could suffer under plans for a 'hard Brexit' thanks to loss of EU funding and disruption to nuclear trade
The Minimata Convention, which has the backing of 128 countries, commits signatories to a ban on new mercury mines and phasing out use of the metal in products
Echoing Environment Secretary Michael Gove's assurances, new Brexit position paper promises changes to trading relationships will not lead to lower environmental standards
There are only 18 months to go until the UK leaves the single market and customs union - and the plans for a 'Green Brexit' look worryingly sketchy
London Environment Strategy outlines ambitious vision for a zero-carbon capital - but can it deliver?
Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy Shirley Rodrigues says new plan will set direction for post-Brexit strategy across UK - but does City Hall have the power to realise its bold vision?
The utility has become the latest firm to fall foul of the Environment Agency's pollution crackdown
New Environment Plan also includes push for more 'green infrastructure' to improve flood resilience of the capital
EXCLUSIVE: Frustration grows as industry concern over implementation of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive dismissed by Department of Communities and Local Government
Can Professor Dieter Helm deliver on his promise to "sort out the facts from the myths about the cost of energy"?
New York Times reveals government report lays bare impact of climate change across US, but scientists fear Trump administration may suppress it
The debate about communicating apocalyptic climate risks misses the point - the only way to combat terrifying environmental warnings is by committing fully to climate action
Review by Professor Dieter Helm will explore opportunities to reduce costs across the electricity supply chain, sparking hopes and fears across the green energy sector
Letter to UN Secretariat marks the first step of US exit from Paris Agreement, slated for November 2020 unless 'renegotiation' offer proves viable
The waste industry is near-unanimous that UK will continue to lack requisite capacity to turn household rubbish into energy, but one consultancy is convinced the opposite is the case
EPA administrator Scott Pruitt U-turns on plan to delay deadline to comply with ozone air pollution rules following lawsuit from 15 states
Gareth Redmond-King reflects on the generation of bold political leaders who gave the UK its past waves of environmental progress - can the current batch of Ministers match them?
Solar-storage systems in line for a price cut, after HMRC reportedly confirms five per cent VAT rate for new installations