Any watering down of the Carbon Price Support mechanism would deal a grave blow to UK decarbonisation efforts, warns Sandbag's Phil McDonald
Labour's Alan Whitehead says it remains unclear why the new review of the UK's long term climate goals should exclude existing carbon budgets
'If the government is serious about its commitment to the Paris Agreement, now is not the time to consider lowering carbon prices, indeed it suggests they should be increased'
In latest Green GB Week announcements, Ministers confirm 11 plastic waste tackling technologies are to share £4m of funding
From green business credibility to net zero thought experiments, the BusinessGreen Leaders Summit offered plenty to chew onJam
Mo Saqib of Dearman Engine Company argues a simple move to end tax breaks for red diesel used in trucks could have an outsize impact on air pollution
Green Climate Fund board meets in Bahrain three months after a contentious meeting failed to approve any money for projects in developing countries
UK Energy and Clean Growth Minister says she got 'really frustrated' at those EU countries blocking higher targets for vehicle emissions at recent summit
With fuel duty increase ruled out, the Treasury is considering increasing Climate Change Levy on gas use in bid to raise revenue and curb emissions
Government publishes 82-page progress report in response to CCC's latest round of clean growth recommendations
Greener UK sets out four key benchmarks for ensuring a Green Brexit amid increased fears the UK risks crashing out of the EU without a deal
Start of flagship event championing green growth coincides with start of fracking operations in Lancashire
Climate scientists have political agendas, US president says in interview with 60 Minutes
As Green Great Britain Week launches the governments will today formally ask climate watchdog to assess whether UK should set a date for achieving net zero emissions
BusinessGreen explores how businesses can help deliver on the pledge to 'make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable'
Latest government Brexit technical notices confirm UK would quit EU emissions trading scheme and internal energy market if the country crashes out of the EU without a deal
BREAKING: Fracking for shale gas can proceed in the UK for the first time since 2011 as campaigner loses legal appeal
As the CCC calls on the government to strengthen efforts to tackle vehicle emissions, the government announces it is to slash electric vehicle grants by £1,000
What does the bold pledge to 'reduce inequality within and among countries' mean for the global economy?
New survey reveals 85 per cent of Brits think making the UK 'carbon neutral' should be a policy priority, so why do politicians remain wary of deep decarbonisation policies?
Government officially launches Voluntary National Review and calls for submissions on SDG progress
BusinessGreen explores how the pledge to 'build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation' will play out for the business community
IPPR report argues Brexit could provide the government to set stronger air quality rules for domestic heating that honour its pledge to be 'more ambitious about achieving cleaner air'