Dieter Helm says withdrawal from common agricultural policy could safeguard natural world
European Chemicals Agency draft law aims to cut 400,000 tonnes of plastic pollution
Natural England struggling to protect important sites after suffering budget cuts
The concept may remain controversial, but, argues AECOM's Joseph Franklin, the government's new net gain proposals could help boost UK biodiversity
One Year on from Blue Planet II - how is conservation and sustainable development of the ocean viewed?
Klaas de Vos of the World Ocean Initiative reflects on how a year on the green business trends David Attenborough triggered are gaining momentum
Natural Capital Finance Alliance debuts new web-based tool for banks, investors, and insurance firms
New French strategy puts pressure on Brussels to set an EU-wide action plan to stop agricultural trade destroying forests
UK climate watchdog sets out blueprint to drive decarbonisation, protect habitats, boost food production and build more housing after Brexit
When biodiversity is threatened it's not just the animals at risk, warns WWF's Gareth Redmond-King
The huge loss is a tragedy in itself but also threatens the survival of civilisation, say the world's leading scientists
Companies join global campaign to tackle waste fishing gear and the huge damage it does to marine wildlife
Sustainable farming is a short-cut to lower emissions, argues Green MEP Molly Scott Cato
How will the global pledge to 'protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems' shape the global economy?
How will the pledge to 'conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development' impact the global business community?
Mark Elliott explains how a role caring for one of the UK's only beaver families highlights the growing opportunities the conservation sector can offer
Ben van Beurden says 'another Brazil in terms of rainforest' will help achieve UN target
October is peak apple season in the UK but you'll be lucky to find more than four varieties in the supermarket - Louise Gray asks what happened to diversity in our shopping baskets?
Airport says Lancashire peatland restoration project is a major step towards its goal of becoming 'carbon neutral'
Washing an item of closing made of synthetic textile can release up to 700,000 microscopic fibres in the water
New research suggests that renewables could have a greening effect on one of the world's largest deserts
'A brave, brilliant and committed environmental campaigner, and a good friend'
New essay collection from centre-right think tank urges government to beef up conservation policies
Carbon Trust and Fistuca announce major new R&D project to cut costs and biodiversity impacts from offshore wind foundations