EXCLUSIVE: Deregulation target is inconsistent with government policy to tackle climate change and protect the environment, critics say
A decade on from the collapse of Lehman Brothers, campaigners are again calling on the government to boost the economy through a 'Green New Deal'
Threat of a 'no deal' Brexit is amplifying concerns that a Green Brexit might be a mirage, latest GreenerUK risk tracker warns
The European Commission hasn't grasped the scale of the circular economy challenge, argues EEF's Sam Pentony
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Alan Whitehead argues that while everyone was enjoying their August break the government quietly failed to address the costly dysfunction at the heart of the Capacity Market
But critics accuse new green transport plans of not going far enough
Councillor Bartley will continue at the helm for a further two years, alongside London Assembly member Sian Berry
'A brave, brilliant and committed environmental campaigner, and a good friend'
Friends of the Earth says revised national planning policy makes it 'virtually impossible' for councils to refuse fracking schemes
Measures to restrict biomass' role in upcoming Contracts for Difference auction cheered by environmental campaigners but slammed by industry
Businesses sign open letter to Jean-Claude Juncker and Theresa May warning joint agreement necessary for UK-EU energy security and climate leadership
Robertsbridge's Charles Secrett argues it is time government rethought its approach to environmental fines or risk undermining public support for green measures
New essay collection from centre-right think tank urges government to beef up conservation policies
'An incredible advocate for a greener and more sustainable society'
Environmentalists accuse government of using withdrawal of EU controls to weaken regulation
Official figures show UK is struggling to step up the pace of its nationwide smart meter roll-out
The recent EPA decision doesn't just fail sustainability professionals — it will trigger a public health crisis
Investment in low-carbon infrastructure could collapse post-Brexit unless government prepares emergency support plans, new report warns
'Climate action was just too little and too slow for Hulot': What was behind this week's shock resignation?
Alasdair MacEwen explores what prompted the French Environment Minister to quit in protest at the government's green policies
Group of 55 campaign groups write to Prime Minister urging her to deliver sweeping agricultural policy reform, as Conservative politicians call on government to beef up Green Brexit vision
Report blames climate change on cosmic ray fluctuations and sunspot activity, drawing derision from climate scientists
Far from being a barrier to economic growth, well-designed and ambitious environmental regulations will allow the EU to decarbonise its economy and boost the competitiveness of its businesses, argues Nick Molho
'I'm not particularly happy about these new proposals', says German Chancellor, despite acknowledging escalating climate risks