The next Prime Minister's 'single greatest responsibility' will be addressing the climate and environment emergency, Environment Secretary warns
E3G's Ed Matthew argues the UK's plummeting domestic energy efficiency installation rates can be reversed, but only if a serious Treasury rethink is undertaken
The focus may have been on its Brexit projections, but as Madeleine Cuff argues the OBR's highlighting of climate risks demands attention from businesses and policymakers
Current rate of decarbonisation far too slow to hit 2050 net zero emissions target, Corbyn tells May in heated PMQs exchange
Alliance of 43 civil society groups call on Conservative and Liberal Democrat leadership candidates to explain how they intend to tackle escalating environmental threats
Former German Defence Minister becomes first female European Commission President. securing narrow parliamentary approval after promising increased climate action
Michael Gove's speech on the environmental crisis - in full
Carbon targets, border taxes, and a climate bank: Von der Leyen promises overhaul of EU net zero efforts
Ahead of key vote, European Commission nominee presents ambitious decarbonisation plans as she seeks to secure backing from MEPs
In what could be his last speech as Environment Secretary, Gove will warn there is a political, economic, and moral imperative to tackle the environmental crisis
Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, and London will be focus of climate protests thids week in latest outbreak of direct action from Extinction Rebellion
Speculation mounting over plans to boost nuclear and CCS, as reports suggest Treasury is concerned about cost implications
Labour's Alan Whitehead tries to interrogate why Ofgem still has no specific remit for decarbonisation
Shadow Chancellor will today call for the radical reform of global institutions, such as the World Bank and IMF, to better address the climate crisis
It may have been overshadowed by another dramatic day in Westminster, but yesterday the government was effectively accused of a dereliction of duty in the face of the climate crisis
As had been widely expected, the CCC has provided a damning assessment of the UK's decarbonisation progress - BusinessGreen rounds up the reaction
The President wants voters to believe the US boasts world-leading environmental performance, but as climate risks escalate is anyone buying it?
Veteran broadcaster warns 'really major problems' are imminent if world does not address climate change threat
An international system to curb energy use may be the only way to lift people out of poverty while preserving the planet - but is the world really ready for such a radical shift in thinking?
The two candidates to be the next Prime Minister are on board with the UK's net zero transition, but what, asks Michael Holder, does that mean in practice?
Prime Ministerial candidates seek to rally support for their green agendas from influential group of Conservative MPs
Something weird is happening in global geopolitics: there is division everywhere, but on climate action Trump's efforts to sow discord keep being rebuffed - what's going on?
London Mayor Sadiq Khan launches attack on Boris Johnson's environmental record, as speculation over cabinet reshuffle intensifies
EU secures qualified success at G20 Summit, as final communique reiterates G19's commitment to the Paris Agreement
As she heads to Glastonbury this weekend to debate the UK's climate response, Molly Scott Cato asks if the government's new net zero goal is really that ambitious