It will be a massive own goal if the UK fails to announce a substantial commitment at the Climate Ambition Summit it is hosting in December, argues ECIU's Dr Alison Doig
The Elders write to Boris Johnson arguing enhanced UK climate action 'would reverberate around the world' and set tone for COP26 next year
The government must rebalance nuclear's place in the energy portfolio and bring the public onside while there is still time, argues Bright Blue's Andrew Leming
Nikkei news agency reports that major speech expected next week that will see Japan match the EU in formally setting an economy-wide net zero target
Transport Secretary's speech to the aviation industry on building back greener and more resilient from the Covid-19 crisis
More than 40 backbenchers and Lords call for new climate plan in line with CCC's recommendations backed by strong diplomatic resources to ensure successful COP26
VIDEO: Gavin Esler talks to UNDP's Cassie Flynn; the UK government's Minister for Climate Change and Corporate Responsibility Lord Callanan, Jen Austin from the High Level Climate Champions for COP25 and COP26, and E3G's Shane Tomlinson
Analysis published by We Mean Business coalition recommends policymakers reject traditional stimulus programmes that focus on VAT reductions and boosting household spending in favour of targeted support for green technologies and solutions
UK should take immediate steps to boost green innovation and production capabilities in anticipation of growing demand for more environmentally responsible technologies, academics advise
Plans for 'comprehensive' policy document that sets out pathway to net zero emission economy confirmed in government's formal response to CCC's latest progress report
Government export finance agency's ongoing support of oil and gas projects overseas is harming the environment, tarnishing the UK’s reputation as a climate leader, and limiting its potential to create jobs, according to a new analysis published today...
MCS certification scheme says it is 'fielding calls on a daily basis from installers seeking clarity and expressing their concerns over what they feel are flaws in the scheme'
Labour's Alan Whitehead welcomes the Prime Minister's new found love of offshore wind, but warns that without a more co-ordinated approach to connecting new wind farms to the grid the government's clean energy vision could quickly run aground
VIDEO: Green Alliance executive director Shaun Spiers argues that while climate action has broken into the political mainstream, many politicians have yet to fully comprehend the scale of the net zero challenge ahead
Farmers, opposition MPs and environmental campaigners accuse government of broken promises after failing to back UK food and environmental standards in farming legislation
VIDEO: Vicki Cooke co-founder of BritainThinks, shares some key insights on the public mood six months since lockdown measures were imposed in the UK
Reports may have suggested that the UK and EU have reached agreement on incorporating the Paris Agreement into any trade deal, but with just 12 weeks to go until the Brexit transition period ends huge uncertainties and risks remain for the green economy...
From Dutch green ammonia to rows over South Korean coal, BusinessGreen rounds up all the green business headlines from around the world this week
Business and civil society coalition representing €62tr investments call on EU Member States to raise 2030 CO2 target to at least 55 per cent below 1990 levels
No Prime Minister has ever been quite so explicit in their backing for the clean technologies that will drive this green revolution - this matters enormously
The Humber Estuary is the most carbon-intensive stretch of the UK, home to 55,000 jobs and a huge slice of British economic value, but it is also one of the most climate vulnerable regions in the country - BusinessGreen sat down with the people working...
Prime Minister takes swipe at 'people used to sneer at wind power 20 years ago' in speech that majors on green economy ambitions
'Decarbonisation by stealth is not possible': Aldersgate Group steps up calls for fast-tracked net zero policies
Ahead of the Prime Minister's promised new green recovery package, a new report from the business advocacy group outlines a raft of near-term policy interventions that could put the UK on track to reaching net zero emissions
Bosses at world's leading businesses step up calls for G20 to deliver tangible progress on curbing emissions