Britain has its first new deep coal mine in decades - a result of pretending climate change isn't political
Rebecca Willis argues the controversial decision to approve a new coal mine in the UK is symptomatic of a wider political failure
CBI and TUC write joint letter warning PM "we cannot overstate the gravity of this crisis for firms and working people"
Shadow Transport Secretary Andy McDonald provides details on wide-ranging transport strategy that would put emissions reduction 'at the department's core'
Businesses know they have to transition towards a net zero emission future, the big question is how fast they should make the journey
Activist Greta Thunberg, 16, says action proved 'no one is too small to make a difference'
Both countries face potential general elections and economic problems before the crucial COP26 meeting and the UK may still be in a Brexit imbroglio
CCC chief executive Chris Stark's speech to the BusinessGreen Leaders Briefing - in full
Green Alliance's Libby Peake and Ruth Chambers reveal how the sweeping use of statutory instruments to prepare for Brexit has already opened the door for a weakening of environmental standards
Open letter from leading business groups, investors, and trade unions signals support for wave of 'citizen mobilisations' and urges EU to formalise net zero emission strategy
Climate strikes: Are schoolchildren finally opening politicians' ears to the case for climate action?
A survey shows more than half of the British public support today's school strikes for climate action, while leading government figures have now also given the protests their blessing
New collaboration hoping to mobilise £500m of investment in low carbon heavy industry over the coming decades
MPs will vote today on extending Article 50 as May prepares to bring her deal to the Commons for a third time
The Spring Statement may have been overshadowed by the rolling Brexit crisis, but it could mark a major turning point for the UK's green economy
Young people are preparing for a mass walkout of classes on Friday, to demand swift action from governments to safeguard their futures
BusinessGreen rounds up all the key reaction to the Chancellor's green policy measures announced today
Spring Statement: Chancellor unveils policies to 'build sustainability into the heart' of UK economy
Philip Hammond argues UK must "apply the creativity of the marketplace" to solve climate change as he announces new energy efficiency, biodiversity, construction, and carbon offsetting policies
Giving evidence to BEIS committee, major housebuilder admits it was in favour of scrapping zero carbon policy as part of push to unlock construction of more new homes
EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier warns 'no deal' preparations 'more important than ever before'
It is hard not to be cynical about the recent wave of political support for climate action, but it is a sign the debate is moving forward
Changes to little-know rules and regulations are threatening progress on emissions reductions, warns Tim Rotheray from the Association for Decentralised Energy
Chancellor Philip Hammond will reportedly use his Spring Statement to unveil fresh green policy measures, as Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell promises bolder climate from Labour
Greener UK says key areas at 'high risk', IEMA warns proposed framework has so many holes it looks 'like a colander', and one of the architects of the Climate Change Act calls for a fundamental re-think
UK will uphold environmental standards and press ahead with clean growth, Prime Minister declares during Brexit speech at an offshore wind factory
COP25 will take place 2-13 December 2019 in Santiago, the Chilean capital, UN officials announced