Green MEP Molly Scott Cato praises EU's legislative progress on decarbonisation, but warns mass civil disobedience may still be necessary
ECJ rules EU Commission should have done more to investigate whether Capacity Market is in breach of State Aid rules following legal challenge brought by Tempus Energy
Spain will aim to run on 100 per cent renewable electricity by 2050
Governments promise to join forces to stamp out use of banned pollutant following discovery of underground use in China
Green Alliance's Ruth Chambers has five key questions for 'green Brexit' policymakers
Campaign group says it is 'relieved' the government is leaving the door open to strengthening fourth and fifth carbon budgets
Leading businesses urge government to deliver ambitious Environment Bill in response to reports Treasury wants to water down crucial legislation
Government tweaks MEES rules to require more landlords to install energy efficiency measures, but campaigners warn some of the coldest properties will still be exempt
Industry warns of the need for certainty on green policy, as Budget provides more questions than answers
Letter from campaign group Plan B seeks clarification on rationale behind the government's decision to keep medium term carbon targets 'out of the scope' of CCC's net zero target review
You'd have been forgiven for missing the green detail of yesterday's Budget speech - but buried in the Red Book was some measures sustainability executives should be abreast of
But 'latte levy' proposals are rejected and Budget speech ignores clean energy and climate action
New study confirms only a handful of countries have enshrined Paris Agreement pledges in national legislation
We're not making sure landlords comply with even the most basic energy efficiency rules, argues Andrew Warren
Defra Secretary Michael Gove says new Bill will strengthen protection for UK marine environment while boosting British fishing industry
Coalition of green groups calls for legally binding targets, mandated progress reports, and green trading arrangements to provide backbone of new flagship legislation
Ban could be in place in just 12 months - but is it a win-win for the environment and businesses?
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
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
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
What does the bold pledge to 'reduce inequality within and among countries' mean for the global economy?
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'
The IPCC report on limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees has strengthened the business case for a strong Environment Bill, argues Aldersgate Group's Nick Molho