Ed King argues that when the history of the fifth industrial revolution is penned, this year will mark a turning point.
Now is the time for all UK businesses to look to international markets and take British ingenuity to every corner of the planet, writes International Trade Minister Graham Stuart MP
Climate Leaders Summit: US, Canada, and Japan unveil enhanced 2030 climate plans, as China hints at coal phase down
First day of climate summit hosted by US offers up a number of enhanced climate targets from world leaders as Prime Minister Johnson insists he is not a 'bunny hugger'
Biden administration confirms new national climate action will commit US to cutting emissions by 50 to 52 per cent against 2005 levels by 2030
Owner of Premier Inn hotels accelerates its timeline for decarbonising its operations, vowing to achieve net zero by 2040
New Treasury Committee report on net zero transition and future of green finance calls on government to consider climate labelling for financial products and ramp up efforts to tackle greenwash
Boris Johnson to tell Climate Leaders Summit the question of how to reach net zero emissions is 'not so much technical as political'
Environmental Audit Committee writes to government slamming decision to axe grant scheme and urging Ministers to deliver replacement
UN-backed campaign says it now has more than 2,150 members after a raft of major technology, automotive, and retail firms bolster their climate pledges and sign up to the scheme.
EU reaches late night deal backing plan to cut emissions 55 per cent by 2030, as reports suggests President Biden will approve goal to halve US emissions by end of the decade
The UK's world leading new carbon target for 2035 is worthy of celebration, but there are considerable caveats and growing fears about the government's 'magic decarbonisation tree'
Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero: Mark Carney to chair net zero umbrella forum for global financial sector
GBANZ aims to ensure commitments across all parts of the financial sector are ‘coordinated and ambitious’, but campaigners warn scheme falls short of aligning sector's activity with global climate goals
'Leading by example': Green economy welcomes stretching target to slash UK emissions 78 per cent by 2035
But big questions remain over how the UK will meet hugely ambitious new targets, after government signalled it will not sign off on all the CCC's policy recommendations
Government expected to confirm ambitious new goals for early-2030s ahead of President Biden's high profile Leaders Summit
Three major new reports raise alarm that for all the talk of a green recovery on the national and international stage net zero transition plans remain badly underpowered
UN-backed initiative says mobile sector is first to hit crucial ‘tipping point’ that is expected to catalyse industry-wide systems change
Detailed analysis of more than 100 EU exit statutory instruments laid by Defra prompts campaigners to warn of 'significant governance gaps in the application, interpretation and enforcement of environmental law' post-Brexit
Natural England unveils 'most comprehensive' assessment to date of natural landscapes' ability to store carbon
'Not fit for purpose': Powering Past Coal Alliance slammed by NGOs as 'smokescreen' for greenwashing
UK is failing to lead by example as PPCA co-chair it mulls a brand new coal mine in Cumbria, while financial institutions in group are not acting fast enough to cut ties with sector, report warns
All the top green business news from around the world this week, including China coal fleet concerns, ultra-white paint and Brazil's rainforest funding demands
Compromise means informal talks will take place virtually next month as UK battles to ensure Glasgow summit itself takes place in person
A generation of green business leaders from ethnically diverse backgrounds is needed to fix the climate change crisis, writes Liberal Democrat councillor Rabina Khan
Health systems will bear the brunt of the climate-related health emergencies, so bold action needs to be taken to reduce the sector's ever-growing emissions, a new report argues
Clean Air Zones deliver an average 18 per cent reduction in polluting nitrogen oxide in cities that will significantly reduce local rates of pollution-related illness, new research finds