Climate change advisors tell government that a suite of net zero policies is needed after UK exits the EU's emissions trading system
International Institute for Sustainable Development warns fossil fuel subsidies continue to far outstrip renewable subsidies, suffocating the clean energy transition
The average person in England now buys just 10 single-use plastic bags a year, compared to 140 in 2014
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
Motion to approve 2050 net zero target scheduled for Commons vote this afternoon, as campaigners call for government to match VAT policies with climate ambitions
Research from Energy Systems Catapult suggests setting carbon standards could realign economic incentives to help drive rapid emissions cuts
The government's failure to act on fashion waste is damning evidence Ministers do not yet comprehend the environmental crisis, but businesses need to be aware reforms will come eventually
The way to deliver a just transition to net zero is through public borrowing, argues Dr Matthew Lockwood of the University of Sussex
Government proposals to tax plastic packaging are not ambitious enough, accountancy group argues
Labour's Alan Whitehead tries to unpick the logic behind the government's proposals to increase taxes on clean technologies
Good Energy argues the government's solar tax proposals urgently need a rethink
Greta Thunberg is speaking truth to power, the CCC is about to report on net zero emissions, but, asks E3G's Ed Matthew, is the Treasury listening?
Flurry of new reports highlight huge potential for corporates to lead electric vehicle roll out, but warn policy action needed to overcome barriers to adoption
The levy will make polluters report and pay for their emissions, but experts say the starting rate is too low to spur a rapid shift to clean energy
Changes to the HGV Road User Levy came into effect on Feb 1st giving lower polluting lorries discounted rates
COP24 hammered home the fact that time is running out, argues Gareth Redmond-King - is it time to think more seriously about workable loss and damage policies?
Tom Butler CEO of the International Council on Mining and Metals explains why the sector is keen to see carbon pricing schemes expanded - and fast
Leo Barasi warns that increasingly visible climate impacts will not on their own spur greater action - a just transition path and compelling business narrative is also needed
Clive Lewis provides further details on Labour's plans for 'a radical shift in Treasury culture' to drive the UK economy onto a sustainable footing
Reports say the PM, Édouard Philippe, will announce suspension following protests
Investors worth $742bn in assets urge world leaders to help tackle financial risks by setting a 2020 deadline to end fossil fuel subsidies across biggest economies
The answer, sadly, seems to be 'very little'
As Chancellor Philip Hammond readies Budget, Aurora Energy Research analysis reveals potential for adding 10GW of renewables by 2040 if carbon price increases
Any watering down of the Carbon Price Support mechanism would deal a grave blow to UK decarbonisation efforts, warns Sandbag's Phil McDonald