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
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
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
Aurora Energy Research report warns that plan to phase out coal power in the UK could falter unless Treasury increases carbon price
E3G's Ed Matthew heralds the start of a new era in UK climate action
The Clean Growth Strategy could herald a new era of public-private collaboration
National Infrastructure Commission raises alarm bells over the 'three C's' - Carbon, Capacity and Congestion - which it says threatens UK's future competitiveness
Two nations announce plans to launch global alliance on transitioning away from coal power at next month's UN COP23 climate summit in Germany
Minister of State for Climate Change and Industry Claire Perry's speech launching the UK's Clean Growth Strategy
New strategy still suggests shortfall in fourth and fifth carbon budgets - but ministers insist further policy detail, tech innovation and accounting 'flexibility' will be enough to get over the line
BusinessGreen brings together all the key points from the UK's ambitious new decarbonisation plan
All the reaction from green business, politicians, campaigners and experts on the new UK emissions reduction plan