With the long-awaited Environment Bill returning to parliament next week, Green Alliance's Ruth Chambers sets out what Parliament's priorities should be
The government insists its plans are on track, but with just weeks to go before the UK leaves the EU farming subsidy regime, campaigners and farmers alike are 'hugely concerned' about the lack of clarity over what comes next
Veggie burgers are safe, but campaigners warn debate has distracted from broader Common Agricultural Policy proposals set to be voted on this afternoon that they say will seriously hurt European small farmers and natural habitats
IMO talks are once again courting controversy, with green groups warning that current proposals setting out how the sector can deliver its 2030 decarbonisation target fall far short of global climate goals
Department for Transport publishes responses to consultations on how to regulate emissions standards for cars, vans, and lorries from January
Reports may have suggested that the UK and EU have reached agreement on incorporating the Paris Agreement into any trade deal, but with just 12 weeks to go until the Brexit transition period ends huge uncertainties and risks remain for the green economy...
DeSmog investigation uncovers lobbying by some road and freight trade bodies that may have delayed and watered down local UK measures to tackle illegal levels of air pollution
Hundreds of businesses are now working to deliver net zero emissions, but are their lobbying activities supporting or undermining that goal?
Call to adopt targets proposed in last year's Green New Deal plan made in an open letter signed by the more than 150 business leaders
Greenpeace investigation reveals how a loophole is allowing UK firms to export 'banned' hazardous agrochemicals to developing countries
New analysis suggests three million working days a year are lost to air pollution
Clutch of campaigning organisations seek judicial review of Defra's refusal to investigate reported links between pollution and Covid-19 health outcomes
Major new report warns government urgently needs to set out credible strategy for decarbonising transport, buildings, agriculture, and industry
Proposed Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill would see international aviation, shipping, and consumption fall within the UK's 2050 net zero target, while putting climate assemblies on a formal standing
The UK government should introduce a California-style Zero-Emission Vehicle Mandate to clean up road transport, argues Policy Exchange's Ed Birkett
The government's new planning reforms could unleash a new wave of essential green infrastructure or scar the UK with car-dependent suburban sprawl – and it is too early to tell which
Environment Agency chief executive argues 'good regulation is what gets you green growth and a blue planet'
Ministers hope that move to cut red tape and streamline planning processes could help treble UK energy storage capacity
Committee chairman Philip Dunne asks Defra whether government will reconsider associate membership to EU REACH and European Chemicals Agency, an outcome ruled out earlier this year by Environment Minister Rebecca Pow
Climate damage is morally wrong, argues Ewan McGaughey, and a Green Recovery Act could hold the key to averting a crisis even worse than the coronavirus pandemic
Environmental standards 'likely to be weaker' from 2021 under current government plans, Greener UK warns
Government sets out plans to accelerate smart meter rollout across UK homes and businesses, in bid to boost post-Covid-19 recovery
Government steps up efforts to assure farmers it will not allow an influx of products made to lower US standards, but experts fear major loopholes remain