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
European Council finalises position after tense negotiations, confirming it will push to drastically water down European Parliament goal for 40 per cent emissions cuts by 2030
Winning bids for Regulators' Pioneer Fund include project to unblock barriers to aviation innovations such as flying taxis
New analysis suggests a surprise rise in wholesale power prices means government could relax the renewables subsidy purse strings
Washington Post reveals draft statement accepts risk of extreme climate change, and uses it to argue there is no point trying to curb emissions
The men 'deserve our gratitude, not a prison term', Greenpeace's executive director said, after judge handed them 15-16 month sentences
Planning Inspectorate closes Miller Argent's appeal against decision to block Nant Llesg coal mine expansion
Leaked document shows BusinessEurope group would oppose more ambitious goals
When even the government is admitting its deregulation target is silly, it's probably time to can it, argues David Powell
Senator Elizabeth Warren unveils new Climate Risk Disclosure Act
No Deal Brexit: Government reiterates environmental standards pledge, but fears remain over governance gap
Government publishes latest batch of No Deal Planning Notices, but major questions remain over impact on green businesses
Big businesses reiterate backing for net zero targets, as European Commission throw weight behind campaign for bolder emissions goals
Michael Gove declares new legislation underscores opportunity to deliver a "Green Brexit"
Cross-party letter urges government to adopt new long term emissions target and put UK "at the forefront of the race for investment in clean industries"
Governor Jerry Brown signs 100 per cent clean power rule and surprises businesses with new industry wide decarbonisation target
Benjamin Halfpenny of Greener UK argues the crunch point is approaching for the government's Green Brexit ambitions
EXCLUSIVE: Deregulation target is inconsistent with government policy to tackle climate change and protect the environment, critics say
The European Commission hasn't grasped the scale of the circular economy challenge, argues EEF's Sam Pentony