Defra announces it is to almost double the maximum fine for littering and introduce new penalties for those who litter from their cars
US and war-torn Syria set to be the only countries not signed up to the Paris Agreement
Glyphosate is found in 60 per cent of UK bread and environmentalists welcome a ban but industry warn of uproar among farmers if herbicide is phased out
Andrew Warren runs the rule over the upcoming round of Brussels' negotiations on the future of energy efficiency policy, and why the UK should be paying close attention
Secrets of the Pioneers: Jonathon Porritt on sustainable development, agents of change, and 'species-wide insanity'
The founder of Forum for the Future offers insights into a decade that saw the Sustainable Development Commission 'obliterated' and green business come to the fore
London's £10 levy on the most polluting cars highlights how bold regulation can help stimulate new markets
Treasury faces fresh calls to confirm future of carbon price floor, as EU begins work on post-Brexit emissions trading scheme plan
Aurora Energy Research argues flaws in government methodology means it may have underestimated the level of subsidy required by new offshore wind farms
The Clean Growth Strategy was welcome, argued John Alker, but it needs to be properly embedded in all government activity
Secrets of the Pioneers: Christiana Figueres on a vision of 'energy for everyone, and emissions from no one'
In the first installment of BusinessGreen's series of interviews with green economy thought leaders, we talk to Christiana Figueres about her priorities for the next decade
From today the dirtiest cars will have to pay an extra £10 to enter London's city centre, giving the capital the toughest emissions standard in the world
It's been an eventful decade for BusinessGreen, and if anything the coming years promise to be even more exciting
The government is facing calls to embrace a 'no deal' Brexit, but what would such a scenario mean for green businesses?
Comprehensive Lancet research says governments have neglected tackling pollution that causes immense economic damage and nine million early deaths a year
The Greens Molly Scott Cato takes issue with the Environment Secretary's suggestion that Brussels poses a threat to the UK environment
The government's Clean Growth Strategy is very encouraging for the green economy; the context in which it has to be delivered is much less so
Alex Cunningham MP, chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on CCS, argues
Green lawyer group warns government that without action to address 'holes' in latest UK air quality plan Defra will face legal action for the third time
The Fijian Presidency of the annual UN climate summit wants to ensure ambitions are increased, but does the US have other plans?
New bill omits key 'precautionary' principle requiring developers and industry to prove actions will not harm wildlife or habitats as well as 'polluter pays' protections
The government has underbaked the Clean Growth Strategy and must come back with stronger ambition, argues Labour's Alan Whitehead
Cabinet decides to scrap Clean Energy Target recommended by country's chief scientist in favour of a plan for 'affordable, reliable power' - but will the move kill or empower renewables Down Under?
Industry Committee of MEPs overwhelmingly backs proposals for new long term energy efficiency goals and electric vehicle charging standards
The Clean Growth Strategy marks an important step forward for the UK's low carbon economy, but the extent to which it will increase private investment varies across sectors, argues the Aldersgate Group's Nick Molho