Slight year-on-year uptick in household recycling welcomed by industry, but green groups highlight 'packaging waste mountain' revealed by latest Defra figures
Green Party's Molly Scott Cato is concerned about climate and air quality impacts from wood and waste combustion
BEIS and Treasury officials warn they will be prepared to act if voluntary take-up of TCFD guidelines don't meet expectations
The government has once again lost a court battle over its air quality plans, how it responds will tell us a lot about how serious its Green Brexit vision should be taken
Environment Agency hints at fresh crackdown on water pollution as new data shows 'far too many serious pollution incidents' recorded last year
10:10's Leo Murray welcomes the government's green blitz, but warns it urgently needs to be backed up with more policy action
Business Secretary Greg Clark announces backing for UK agri-food innovation in robotics, AI and data science to boost farming supply chain resilience and productivity
Chair of Environmental Audit Committee Mary Creagh writes to Chancellor Philip Hammond to ask where is the government's promised call for evidence on proposed plastic tax?
Opposition leader pushes May over conflicting signals from government on post-Brexit regulation, as environmental professionals voice concerns over Withdrawal Bill
Updated: Government will not appeal ruling
The diplomatic heavyweight, who oversaw UN climate and sustainable development deals, will join Seoul-based organisation as its chair and president
Green Alliance think tank highlights opportunities from rapidly growing low carbon markets in EU as well as emerging economies such as India and China
Environment Secretary sets out further detail on post-Brexit plans for the UK farming sector, promising stronger voice for Defra in Whitehall
Environment Secretary Michael Gove's speech on farming policy at the NFU Farming Conference 2018
Mad Max? David Davis' gaslighting on environmental fears is an insult to his audience, and our intelligence
David Davis is apparently 'irritated' that people fear the UK could water down environmental standards - has he really been paying so little attention?
MPs cast doubt on whether energy efficiency gains can keep offsetting rising power demand
Brexit Secretary to argue that fears about a UK 'race to the bottom' on standards are 'based on nothing'
Director of Third Energy, which wants to frack in North Yorkshire, is Conservative donor
BEIS is planning to re-jig public energy and climate change surveys to bring it up to speed with government priorities
Business Europe and the US Council for International Business are calling for a direct channel to influence the review process for national climate targets
Ibiza, Menorca, Formentera, and Mallorca will transition to 100 per cent renewable electricity by 2050 under ambitious new climate law
Analysts cite recently-agreed reforms to EU Emissions Trading Scheme as a major driver behind recent carbon price surge, but can the cost of polluting keep rising?
Boris Johnson's speech had little to say on environmental issues, but what it did say laid bare the deep ideological divide at the heart of government
Foreign Secretary insists any Brexit deal must provide UK with the freedom to change environmental rules, energy efficiency standards, and energy taxes if it wants to