Brexit Secretary to argue that fears about a UK 'race to the bottom' on standards are 'based on nothing'
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?
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
Trump's plan would threaten endangered species or fragile habitats with limits for environmental reviews
Former Environment Secretary declares denial of climate science 'untenable' and warns UK must reject a 'Trumpian denial of the facts'
Green groups plan to take their bid to block Arctic oil exploration licences to Norway's supreme court, after a district court dismissed their case
Updating and developing UK green standards domestically post-Brexit presents significant practical and legal challenges, according to new report from the UK Environmental Law Association
A month into the New Year, levels of nitrogen dioxide in the capital have breached legal limits on Brixton Road
Plan to transfer REACH legislation into UK law is unworkable, warns Labour MP Kerry McCarthy
Labour's Kerry McCarthy argues that the government's approach to chemical regulation post-Brexit is jeopardising the health of the public, animals and the natural environment
Regulatory framework for heat networks would improve customer experience, drive down prices and cut investment risk, industry report concludes
New government consultation puts domestic burning of wood and coal under scrutiny, as policymakers search for new strategies to boost air quality
As London prepares to break its annual legal limit for air pollution for 2018 within a month, the UK and others are facing growing pressure from Brussels to clean up their air
Government seeks to reassure businesses of continued alignment with environmental rules during transition period, as Lords slam 'flawed' withdrawal bill and energy trade risks
UK government once again forced to defend its plans to tackle air pollution in face of ClientEarth legal challenge
Cabinet secretary for environment, climate change, and land reform tells BusinessGreen why Holyrood fears Scotland's climate efforts could be 'held back' by Brexit
There's still no consensus on the cost of carbon, and it's blocking progress on emissions around the world, writes Andrew Warren
Latest 'Brexit Risk Tracker' analysis suggests all main areas of environmental policy still under medium or high risk of weaker standards after UK leaves the EU
Maria Connolly of law firm TLT explains why new energy efficiency rules for landlords are only heading in one direction
Parts of the business community must up their game in the UK fight against climate change, argues Committee on Climate Change Chair Lord Deben
Brussels targets single-use plastics in an urgent clean-up plan that aims to make all packaging reusable or recyclable by 2030
Committee on Climate Change gives Clean Growth Strategy a mixed reception, welcoming change in tone towards climate action but warning pledges don't go far enough to meet legal targets