With the government already under fire for its handling of the cladding scandal, MPs on the Public Accounts Committee have today warned Ministers must enhance the UK's approach to flood protection and risk management in preparation for escalating climate...
Climate Change Committee and trade unions become latest to join chorus of calls for government to rescue its flagship green home retrofit programme
Retailer named as Principal Supermarket Partner, as government faces growing calls to clarify plans for crucial Glasgow Summit
Global market forces and the impending shift towards greener forms of steel manufacturing will likely render plans for a new coal mine in Cumbria redundant, writes Andrew Warren
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's and Sir David Attenborough's addresses to the UN Security Council meeting on climate security
If the Green Homes Grant fiasco is any indicator of the government's climate action, we are in trouble
Next week's Budget must provide clarity over the future of the Green Homes Grant Scheme, writes Green Party MP Caroline Lucas
'If we don't act now, when will we act?' asks UK PM as he chairs first ever UN Security Council meeting on climate security
'We will put our global ambitions on climate change and the reversal of biodiversity loss at the centre of our plans'
John Kerry declares 'today's the day', as the US rejoins the global effort to avert a climate catastrophe
Keele University lecturer in media and culture Pawas Bisht assesses recent climate action campaigns launched by the likes of The Sun and the Daily Express
Intervention comes as Labour leader Keir Starmer laments businesses 'waiting for politicians to catch up' on climate action
'Educate, inspire, and involve': Could citizens' climate juries help fix the Green Homes Grant scheme - and a lot more besides?
Residents of Tees Valley and County Durham back improved climate and nature education, ring-fenced carbon taxes, ‘green bonds’ and higher spending to hit net zero in first of four citizens' climate panels convened by IPPR
From G7 rows to giant South Korean wind farms, BusinessGreen rounds up all the news from around the world this week
Green business groups left baffled and frustrated by decision to withdraw over £1bn from flagship green home upgrade programme
Taxing questions: How the government's 'limited understanding' of environmental taxes is hampering green goals
National Audit Office urges government to start measuring impacts of environmental taxes more closely in order to give Parliament a better idea of the role tax can play in meeting green goals
Conservative Environment Network launches Net Zero Champions initiative backed by 25 MPs
Government's latest public attitudes survey indicates growing awareness of the net zero concept, although deeper understanding of the changes needed to deliver full decarbonisation remains scarce
Fresh analysis from Carbon Tracker warns the challenges of shifting from a carbon-heavy economy will be borne disproportionately by some poorer fossil fuel producer states - and that could have repercussions for everyone
The news the government is likely to claw back funding assigned to the Green Homes Grant scheme is the biggest blow yet to the credibility of the Prime Minister's green recovery promises, and it does not bode well for the UK's wider net zero strategy...
Concerns rise that unspent funding underpinning embattled green home retrofit scheme will not be rolled over beyond March, despite myriad teething issues
West Cumbria Mining's plan to open UK's first coal mine in 30 years to be reviewed 'in light of new information', says council
National Infrastructure Bank: Business leaders urge government to guarantee long-term survival of green bank
Bank dubbed 'Green Investment Bank 2.0' by Business Secretary should be given legal mandate to tackle regional inequalities, help achieve net zero, and reverse decline of nature, according to green finance and business leaders
It comes amid revelations UKEF is still considering support for a host of overseas fossil fuel projects, despite recent pledge from PM to put an end to such backing
Covid-19 safety concerns force upcoming initial talks online, fuelling further concern over status of crucial Glasgow climate summit later this year