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
Benyon Review sets out plans for significant strengthening of marine protection in UK waters, as new study highlights how ocean habitats can help boost climate resilience
VIDEO: Green Alliance executive director joins BusinessGreen editor-in-chief James Murray to discuss net zero, COP26, Brexit, and delivering a green recovery from Covid-19
Response to consultation confirms Ministers will delay increase in Contract for Difference costs for energy suppliers by longer than originally planned
Response to consultation confirms government plans to press ahead with development of post-Brexit UK carbon trading scheme
Council to consider changes to planning application following highly critical report that argued a new coal mine in the UK was not compatible with the country's climate goals
Bolsonaro-backed bill – scheduled to be decided today – could lead to the deforestation of an additional 16,000 square kilometres of the Earth's largest rainforest, according to NGO Imazon.
Campaigners hope precedent set by high profile Heathrow ruling could force government into a rethink over continued support for new fossil fuel projects
Key review measures have been stripped from most of the EU green laws transferred onto UK statute books, study suggests
EU urges member states to attach green conditions to State Aid, after revamped rules omit mandatory climate conditions
Revised State Aid rules published by the European Commission on Friday require that large companies report on how they use public funds in line with national and EU green goals, but falls short of mandating climate conditions for stimulus packages
Law firm claims individual drivers could receive as much as £10,000 in damages, but German parent company Daimler has promised to "vigorously defend" itself against any group action.
FT reveals UK is pushing back against EU calls for commitments to Paris Agreement to be included in post-Brexit trade deal, as campaigners warn 'climate change is too important for games of this sort'
Government launches consultation on Climate Change Agreement extension, touting £300m energy-saving opportunity
'Extending the Climate Change Agreement scheme will give businesses greater clarity and security at a time when they need it most'
'Unintended consequences': Road to net-zero must harmonise different climate priorities, warns Nature Capital Committee
New report from independent advisory committee warns the government must approach net zero carbon target carefully, with joined-up policy interventions that do not inadvertently lead to higher emissions
Mary Creagh argues the government is right to give firms more time to file financial reports, but Ministers should resist the temptation to allow lengthy delays
Think tank argues new oversight body is needed to tackle risk of 'junk credits' as reliance on carbon offsets grows