Robertsbridge's Charles Secrett argues it is time government rethought its approach to environmental fines or risk undermining public support for green measures
EU ETS price on course to hit €40 per tonne by 2023 says Carbon Tracker, but how high is too high?
HM Treasury says consultation on taxing plastic waste received highest ever response rate from businesses and the public, with strong support for measures to cut demand for takeaway containers
Residential Landlords Association calls on Treasury to incentivise upgrades needed to deliver on new energy efficiency standards
Study co-authored by Lord Stern argues governments should focus on building public support for strong carbon pricing, rather than limiting themselves to economic arguments
Michael Gove: 'It is only by working together we will reverse the rising tide of plastic waste finding its way into our rivers, seas and oceans'
Scientists find an estimated 30 per cent drop in plastic bags on the seabed in the same timeframe as charges were introduced in European countries
Uptick in industrial activity drives emissions growth across the trading bloc
All the reaction to the Chancellor's unveiling of a wide-ranging new call for evidence on how to tackle plastic waste
Spring Statement: Greener vans and plastic taxes, Chancellor promises action to tackle 'environmental challenges that threaten our future'
Wide-ranging call for evidence on how to crack down on plastic waste accompanied by new plans to incentivise white van drivers to switch to cleaner models
Chancellor promises to launch wide-ranging call for evidence on how to tackle scourge of plastic waste
EXCLUSIVE: New report from Greens in Europe to reveal major loss in tax revenue due to gap in real world vehicle CO2 emissions and results from lab tests
Chancellor announces new tax exemption will come into effect next month, saving cabbies £1,550 if they ditch diesel models in favour of electric alternatives
Chair of Environmental Audit Committee Mary Creagh writes to Chancellor Philip Hammond to ask where is the government's promised call for evidence on proposed plastic tax?
Major new analysis from OECD finds energy taxes around the world are far too low to deliver environmental benefits or deep emissions cuts
Experts from Citi, Microsoft and Bank of America weigh in on the latest corporate efforts to reach dramatic emissions targets
Geothermal and fuel cells did not get relief, but what's left intact may surprise you
'Sin taxes' to reverse the rapid global growth in meat eating are likely in five to 10 years, according to a report for investors managing over $4tn
David Newman of the World Biogas Association argues the global march of carbon pricing schemes will have big implications for the waste industry and beyond
BusinessGreen rounds up reaction from green businesses, NGOs and politicians following the Budget announcement today
The new call for evidence on tackling plastic packaging is both welcome and a stark warning for businesses about the pace at which green issues can climb the political agenda
A telegram obtained by Greenpeace shows that Greg Hands met a Brazilian minister to discuss relaxation of tax and environmental regulation
Policy Exchange's Josh Burke sets out some green key asks for 'Spreadsheet Phil'
Treasury faces fresh calls to confirm future of carbon price floor, as EU begins work on post-Brexit emissions trading scheme plan