The UK must navigate the EU's proposed carbon border tax whilst seeking new trade deals around the world, writes Ed Birkett
Council proposes significant budget to meet recommendations proposed by the UK's first citizen's assembly
Nigel Topping of the We Mean Business coalition reflects the limited progress delivered at the Madrid Summit
After his landslide victory, Boris Johnson declared his ambition to make his country 'the cleanest, greenest on Earth'. Here's what he needs to do to prove it, writes Rebecca Willis of Lancaster University
Minor reshuffle expected today as Boris Johnson prepares to replace Environment Minister Zac Goldsmith
BusinessGreen rounds up all the key responses to the conclusion of the UN climate talks in Madrid yesterday
COP25 hosts Chile insists a workable compromise must be found, but Brazil, the US and Australia stand accused of trying to neuter agreement
Was it really 'a bad night for the climate'?
Who's in and who's out following the historic Conservative victory
More than 850,000 voters backed the Green Party, as the Party's support surged
European Council endorses goal of building a 'climate neutral EU', despite continuing Polish objections
AXA, Aviva, CNP Assurances, and FRR join drive to decarbonise portfolios by 2050, as EU Commissioner promises 'thorough assessment' of Europe's net zero plan
All the green business news from around the world this week
Boris Johnson leads party to historic election victory, with the Prime Minister facing immediate calls for government to deliver on promise of 'green industrial revolution'
Voters are going to the polls with a mandate for net zero assured, but key decisions on the UK's climate policies and 'Green Brexit' plans hanging in the balance
All the latest from the UN climate talks, including 'super pollutants', German farming climate fund, and global green banks
Not got time to read every line of the European Green Deal? BusinessGreen has you covered
Long-awaited 'European Green Deal' aims to ramp up Paris Agreement targets and take radical action to decarbonise economy - but will member states back the plan?
The one upside to this miserable election has been the clear mandate for the net zero transition, but with all parties promising to bolder climate action who should green business types vote for?
After little fanfare and much frustration at the UN climate summit last week, there are hopes of greater progress as big name politicians start to arrive in Madrid
Party pledges to invest £4bn in transforming all 35,000 buses operating in England to run on electricity, while expanding local bus services
Hopes are high that Greta Thunberg's arrival in Madrid can deliver some urgency for Paris Agreement talks that have shown slow progress so far
Investors acknowledge the scale of change required across the to meet net zero, but warn that the costs of inaction could prove be catastrophic
Unless we hardwire social justice and climate radicalism into the machinery of government, we won't get a just transition, warns David Powell from the New Economics Foundation