Protestors stage sit-in on Vauxhall Bridge and reports suggest Heathrow could be targeted, as Michael Gove insists the government understands action to slash emissions 'needs to be taken'
Network for Greening the Financial System sets out key recommendations for world's central banks to address climate risk and spur green investment
Extinction Rebellion vows to target Tube network, as climate protestors step up 'economic disruption'
Mayor Sadiq Khan says he 'shares the passion' of those protesting, but warns action against public transport 'damages the cause of all of us who want to tackle climate change'
Financial sector warned it risks losses from extreme weather and its stakes in polluting firms
Hydrogen and battery electric alternatives should displace diesel lorries, advisors tell government
Jeremy Corbyn reportedly blames Conservative deregulatory agenda for lack of progress in cross-party Brexit talks
Software giant will also join corporate push for US carbon tax
James Murray considers the business lessons from Extinction Rebellion's London takeover
Finance ministers from 23 countries pledge to align fiscal policy with Paris Agreement targets
Waterloo Bridge, Oxford Circus and Marble Arch all brought to standstill as climate protestors try to disrupt 'business as usual'
The UN climate negotiations in December will be held in purpose-built structures at Cerrillos Bicentennial Park, Santiago, the presidency revealed last Thursday
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Confirmed speaker line-up includes Energy UK's Lawrence Slade, Richard Howard from Aurora Energy Research, and senior execs from Landsec, BT, and others
Government confirms electricity grid clocked up 650 hours of coal-free generation during the first quarter of the year - more than was achieved during the whole of 2017
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Philip Hammond Chancellor will use key World Bank and IMF meetings in US over coming days to push for climate action, Treasury signals
A day after Theresa May defended the government's 'fine record' on climate change, officials confirm emissions projections for the UK's upcoming carbon budgets have worsened
Investors initiative backed by $33tr of assets urged to step up its transparency and campaigning to push for bolder business climate action
Labour's Alan Whitehead heralds the latest evidence the UK's clean energy system is evolving faster than many people realise
After a Brussels summit dominated by trade tensions, the two major powers presented a united front on climate change and clean energy
The EU last night offered to extend Article 50 until the end of October, with a warning the UK should not waste the extra time to secure an exit deal
The UK has made huge progress in decarbonising its energy mix, but the hard work has just begun, according to Durham University's Andrew Crossland and Jon Gluyas
A badly mismanaged Brexit risks having disastrous consequences for the climate - the UK now risks squandering one of the biggest economic opportunities in history
Two international bodies agree to strengthen collaboration, as IRENA revises down its estimates for renewables costs through to 2050