BusinessGreen rounds up the reaction to a Queen's Speech that promised progress on electric vehicles and Brexit
In echo of 'defeat device' scandals, one TV increased energy consumption by 47 per cent when tested in real-world viewing
Green groups welcome 'historic' ruling recognising that bisphenol A (BPA), found in TVs, plastic water bottles and kettles, poses a threat to human heath
Update on the Bank's climate change work reveals review planned to assess whether banking sector is adequately addressing climate-related risks
Sweden becomes the first country to significantly strengthen its climate targets following 2015's Paris Agreement
Andrew Warren warns energy saving product rules that slash domestic and business costs could be at risk post-Brexit
Andrew Thompson of Withers & Rogers argues the nature of clean tech and the explosion in microgeneration requires firms to get the balance right between collaboration and IP protection
Changes are afoot in the way the Environment Agency regulates business sites, but, as the EEF's Roz Bulleid asks, will the welcome reforms deliver the desired outcomes?
Green Party's Ed Targett believes the UK needs a major rethink of green policy if it is to remain a global leader in a low-carbon future
Environmental lawyers plan to sue government for the third time over its air quality plan they say has 'major flaws'
Kirsty Gogan of Energy for Humanity warns how leaving Euratom could disrupt everything from nuclear power R&D to medical supplies
Electoral Commission says charities must declare all campaign spending since June last year, despite them not knowing a snap election would be called
But long-running legal battle could continue if RSPB opts to appeal decision to the Supreme Court
President Moon Jae-in moves swiftly to order temporary shutdown of some of the country's oldest coal power plants in bid to tackle smog crisis
Global inventory of nitrogen oxide emissions shows highly polluting diesel cars are 'urgent public health issue'
Countries of every economic, social, cultural type are passing climate change laws say researchers - but is more legislation the answer to the climate crisis?
Ministers' latest proposals, published on Friday after high court intervention, criticised by climate groups calling for stronger action on illegal pollution levels
Government today published its highly anticipated new strategy for tackling air pollution - we round up the reaction from leading green figures
The sector will obviously be hoping to avoid the challenges that arose from the last Conservative manifesto, but what other specific policies do green energy firms want to see?
Class action on behalf of asthma suffers may still go ahead over repeated failure to tackle illegal levels of nitrogen dioxide
Report from waste trade body ESA calls for stronger regulation to combat illegal waste operators and save taxpayers money
Cross-party group of MPs wants to see supermarkets forced to publicly report annual food waste figures and put more 'wonky veg' on sale
Parliament's Environmental Audit Committee urges government to provide certainty over future of EU chemicals regulations post-Brexit
Government bid to delay plan until end of June rejected, as court sets new deadline of 4pm on May 9th