Fires currently ravaging the Brazilian rainforest should be top of the agenda at this weekend's G7 Summit, says French President, as debate over future trade deals intensifies
A growing number of companies are claiming that their products lead to negative greenhouse gas emissions
Ipsos MORI poll for Evening Standard reveals 85 per cent of adults are now concerned about global warming and its impacts, as majority back earlier net zero target
New study from the University of Cambridge suggests seven per cent of global GDP could be wiped out by 2100 under business-as-usual carbon emissions scenario
All the green business news from around the world this week
There are myriad emissions-busting solutions offered by the natural world, but, argues WWF's Melissa Ho, too many of them are being ignored
'Preparing to rise to this challenge': Claire Perry hails potential of COP26 to deliver 'cooperative and ambitious action'
As UK steps up efforts to secure COP26 Summit for Glasgow, prospective Summit President Claire Perry offers her first take on what is at stake
Exchequer Secretary Simon Clarke's speech on the new 'Economics of Biodiversity' report - in full
Secretary to the Treasury Simon Clark eyes plans to build a 'sustainable economy in harmony with nature'
As speculation mounts at the prospect of a Solarcentury sale, chief executive Frans van den Heuvel tells BusinessGreen about the company's hugely ambitious expansion plans
'Earth on the Edge' series kicked off this week with segment on deforestation, as broadcaster promises to beef up coverage of the climate crisis
Projects looking at clean AI technologies, the impact of ocean currents on the climate, and collaborative innovation with the US awarded a share of £60m funding pot
As the summer of the countdown clock continues only one thing is certain for the UK's green economy - nothing is certain
The headlines have been filled today with stark warnings from scientists about the state of the world's land masses - how will this impact the business community?
All the reaction from green businesses, policymakers, experts and campaigners on the IPCC's stirring report on how land use is affecting the climate
Deforestation and intensive agriculture is accelerating the climate crisis, trapping humanity in a vicious cycle of land degradation, scientists conclude
Pacific island nation aims to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, tax plastics, and draw up plans to relocate citizens affected by climate change
Consultancy says environmental restoration project will provide invaluable test ground for natural capital management techniques
Motion in support of global school strikes to be debated at next TUC Congress after being proposed by the University College Union
Bank of England governor says firms that ignore crisis 'will go bankrupt without question'
Extending climate risk disclosure to customers could yield benefits for both insurers and, argue LSE's Swenja Surminski and Sam Unsworth
Met Office's annual report on state of UK climate also says snowy days have become rarer
Two new studies show that widespread corporate action on deforestation isn't yet taking root - And that's a risk for companies.
The clearest picture yet of the past 2,000 years of global temperatures has shown warming in the last 50-odd years is unprecedented in the last two millennia