UK Export Finance must end fossil fuel lending and insurance as soon as feasible, and usher in a new era to better support low carbon exports, writes Bright Blue's Andrew Leming
Funding boost designed to 'green' homes of low-income families and social housing tenants, but RIBA warns new support is 'simply not enough'
Difficult policy questions lie ahead that could sow seeds of division – but could a 'patriotic sense of national mission' help smooth the path to net zero emissions?
'Long way to go': Top investors warn climate plans from world's most polluting firms set to miss net zero goals
First edition of investor coalition’s 'net zero company benchmark' highlights long distance big emitters must travel before climate engagement is aligned with Paris Agreement goals
Global Briefing: Study warns countries could face credit rating downgrades by 2030 as climate risks escalate
All the green business news from around the world this week
Chinese hosts of crucial COP15 Biodiversity Summit announce new October date, lining up a crunch autumn for global efforts to avert environmental disaster
ClientEarth urges government to overhaul Clean Air Strategy as figures show UK is still off track for meeting a raft of legal targets
'No plan nor meaningful delivery': MPs slam government's 'woefully inadequate' domestic energy efficiency plans
Environmental Audit Committee warns government has underestimated challenge of decarbonising UK’s housing stock, putting net zero goal in jeapordy
Department for Transport says trimming grant payments and tightening eligibility will allow grant scheme to support more motorists who want to switch to electric models
After reducing its emissions by 51 per cent over the last 30 years, the UK has another 30 to make the same reductions again and hit net zero, Carbon Brief reveals
Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy: The six key takeaways from the government's latest green policy blitz
The government has set out a raft of new ambitions in its 117-page Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy, but how will the new proposals impact the green economy?
A billion people now live in cities with a renewable energy target or policy in place, according to the latest analysis by green think tank REN21
Defra proposals form part of wider package targeting waste from construction, textiles, electronics, cars, furniture, plastics, and food, as Ministers pledge to end the 'throwaway culture as we build back greener'
Sweeping new strategy aims to place climate action at heart of UK foreign and security policy
An all-you-need-to-know guide to the green measures unveiled in the government's plan to cut CO2 from industry, schools and hospitals
Bloomberg reports that Indian government is considering a 2047 net zero target to coincide mark a century of independence
Principles for Responsible Investment analysed policy trends to formulate detailed predictions on the likely extent of government intervention in key sectors of the economy as the net zero transition progresses
VIDEO: Pilot and chairman of the Solar Impulse Foundation joins BusinessGreen's Michael Holder to discuss circumnavigating the globe, clean technologies and his passionate environmentalism
Real estate investment manager vows to decarbonise its assets in line with global climate goals by developing net zero business plan for every building in its portfolio
Strategy to set out a number of new targets for the decarbonisation of industry, as government confirms details of nine projects to be awarded funding through Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge - but opposition warns plans lack necessary ambition
Greener UK claims many UK protections on chemicals, nature, waste and air quality are weaker now than they were under the EU
Reinsurance giants revs up coal phase-out as it pledges to reduce carbon intensity of equity and corporate bond portfolios by 35 per cent by 2025
1.4GW of new gas power won £350m of funding in the government's latest Capacity Market auction, held last week, sparking concern among campaigners