Prominent funder of climate sceptic and anti-regulation lobby groups died from advanced prostate cancer
Fires currently ravaging the Brazilian rainforest should be top of the agenda at this weekend's G7 Summit, says French President, as debate over future trade deals intensifies
Governor of Washington quits race for Democratic nomination, signalling he is confident the party will land on a candidate who prioritises climate action
Science and Technology Committee sets out 10 key areas in urgent need of fresh policy action, including heat, CCS, renewables, and EVs
The Prime Minister is right to say the UK has some of the most ambitious environmental legislation in the world, but as a new report reveals many of those rules are going unenforced
Unchecked campaign launches with stark warning that funding for environmental enforcement agencies has been halved since 2010
Like a husband telling a suspicious partner he'll be home on time, Boris Johnson is telling the EU the UK wants to have 'world-class' environmental standards, but it also wants the freedom to change them if it chooses
Malaysia's offer to UK of preferential trading terms if it breaks with EU palm oil standards after Brexit raises alarm bells for environmental experts
'That is the point of our exit': Johnson raises prospect of UK environmental rules diverging from the EU
Prime Minister insists government remains committed to 'world-class' environmental standards, but insists laws and regulations to deliver them 'will potentially diverge from those of the EU'
Call for Evidence will consider how the food industry must change to drive growth while preserving the environment
'Preparing to rise to this challenge': Claire Perry hails potential of COP26 to deliver 'cooperative and ambitious action'
As UK steps up efforts to secure COP26 Summit for Glasgow, prospective Summit President Claire Perry offers her first take on what is at stake
Hopes for a net zero-focused Spending Review that boosts the green economy are receding, as business groups warn 'every day that goes by without clarity means more misguided investments and unseized opportunities'
As the summer of the countdown clock continues only one thing is certain for the UK's green economy - nothing is certain
With Andrea Leadsom returning to energy policy as part of Boris Johnson's government, Andrew Warren wonders if energy demand myths will once more be used to push for fracking
Getting the low-carbon transition wrong will risk pitting people against climate policy, warns WWF's Gareth Redmond-King
The new Environment Secretary's address at the Countryfile Live festival yesterday - in full
Treasury announces an extra £2.1bn in Brexit funding is set to be releases, sparking accusations that spending pledges do not add up
Bank of England governor says firms that ignore crisis 'will go bankrupt without question'
Senator Kamala Harris teams up with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to table Climate Equity Act, as leading candidate up decarbonisation plans
Ellie Goulding, Charles Dance, and Lucy Siegle among group writing to the new Prime Minister to call for immediate introduction of 10 year climate action plan
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn calls on the government to ban fracking 'once and for all'
Government steps up Brexit planning, as NFU chief warns of 'impossibility' of high standards no deal scenario
Ministers warn government is now "operating on the assumption" of no deal Brexit, raising fears it could seriously erode environmental standards
Clarke will serve as Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury and Goldsmith will work across Defra and DFID as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State
BEIS Committee Chair Rachel Reeves writes to new Business Secretary urging her to urgently set out new policies for EVs, carbon capture, and energy efficiency