All the reaction from politicians, green business, academia, NGOs and think tanks on the momentous decision to postpone this year's critical UN climate change summit
BREAKING: With key Glasgow venue set to be turned into a field hospital, UN and UK government conclude crucial climate summit must be delayed until next year
Committee on Climate Change chief describes postponement as 'entirely reasonable in the present circumstances'
Auto trade bodies call for 'some adjustment to timing' of EU CO2 standards, as White House seeks to weaken fuel efficiency rules in US
Dr Ben Caldecott argues the clamour for green strings to be attached to bailout packages could be misguided - could government take a long term stake in struggling companies instead and demand bolder climate strategies as a shareholder?
Japan becomes first major economy to submit updated national climate action plan to UN, but campaigners are left outraged by 'shameful' lack of ambition
Foreign Affairs Committee chair Tom Tugendhat argues that 'in order to ensure that COP26 is a success, it must be postponed'
E3G's Tom Burke reflects on three key lessons from the coronavirus crisis
SDG16 calls for the promotion of peaceful and inclusive societies and accountable and inclusive institutions – its goals have never felt more important
Boris Johnson and Xi Jinping agree to continued co-operation in face of coronavirus crisis and hint at plans for climate and biodiversity summits
Ben Caldecott reflects on how a fixation on short-run cost optimisation has resulted in economic systems and business models that are not sufficiently resilient to shocks
With the pandemic spurring a dramatic drop in economic activity across Europe, electricity, renewables and carbon prices have also plummeted
Leading experts from around the world argue policymakers should avoid locking in fossil fuel infrastructure, as President Trump attacks the 'ridiculous Green New Deal'
Parliamentary pension fund steps up renewables investment, but MPs insist full divestment urgently needed
Caroline Lucas: 'Parliament declared a climate emergency nearly a year ago, and the parliamentary pension fund needs to fall into line'
With the planet reeling from Covid-19, whether or not to go ahead with the critical UN climate summit in November is no easy decision, says ECIU's Richard Black
The coronavirus pandemic will change the world, but it is impossible to know how - the green economy must now strive to shape the new normal
Sadiq Khan has mooted an ambitious net zero goal if he is re-elected Mayor, but a London Assembly report argues more for more focus building the skills to get there
Government yet to make a decision on COP26 postponement, as observers warn diplomatic challenges would remain if Summit is rescheduled
UK government insists it is on track to deliver crucial UN Climate Summit in November as planned
Critics are right to highlight the many gaps in the government's climate plans, but the Budget needs to be seen as part of an evolving and genuinely ambitious strategy
BusinessGreen rounds up all the reaction to Rishi Sunak's tax and spending plans from green businesses, politicians, think tanks and academics
Funding for CCS, flood defences, and nuclear fusion to the fore in coronavirus stimulus Budget, but continued fuel duty freeze angers environmental campaigners
Sue Ferns of trade union Prospect argues the government can help ensure nuclear power provides a vital plank in the net zero transition