Simon Stiell warns governments 'we need highest ambition, not point-scoring or lowest common denominator politics'
National Audit Office takes the microscope to the government's preparations for droughts, heatwaves and flooding - and finds them badly wanting
Occupier and investor demand for 'green' buildings is growing, but costs and a lack of metrics are holding sector back, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors report claims
VIEW FROM THE COP: Corporate Leaders Group director Beverley Cornaby reflects on a busy first week at the climate talks, and what it all means for green business
Zero Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) mandate set to come into force on 1 January 2024 after securing support in Parliamentary vote last night
Numerous options remain on the table as second draft of COP28 'Global Stocktake' text is published in Dubai, with negotiators seeking landing ground on wording around fossil fuels
More comprehensive food waste data could pave the way partnerships between large firms and food redistribution charities, writes Andrew Selous MP
Row on the future of fossil fuels focuses minds, as businesses reiterate calls for 'fossil fuels phase out language' to be included in any final agreement