Medical groups write to Prime Minister in support of net zero emissions target, as CBI declares governments and businesses must 'raise their ambitions towards a net zero target'
Richard Black reflects on Denied - his new book on the rise and decline of UK climate scepticism
'Emissions gap' between current pollution rates and pace of decarbonisation needed for a safe and stable climate is higher than ever, UN scientists report
US President sceptical of research from his own administration suggesting climate change will cost US economy billions of dollars
Argentinian official says ambiguity over the Paris Agreement is needed to avoid a split with the US, days before critical UN climate talks begin
Michael Gove's speech on the unveiling of the UK's latest climate projections - in full
'Stark reality': UK Climate Projections report warns UK facing risk of 'devastating impacts'
Ten years ago today Martyn Williams was celebrating the passage of the Climate Change Act, but what did the historic legislation aim to achieve?
US National Climate Assessment details climate change impact - current response to crisis is insufficient, authors say
BusinessGreen Leaders Briefing: Secrets of Green Marketing and Climate Comms - Speaker line up confirmed
Senior executives from Nespresso, Whitbread, and Pukka Herbs join leading green communications experts at BusinessGreen's latest half day conference
BusinessGreen brings you this week's green business news from around the world
An international mission to ends of the Earth to seek answers to climate change: why the Thwaites Glacier matters to me
Claire Perry explains how a pioneering new UK-US research project to Antarctica will help inform domestic climate resilience efforts
New study from WWF suggests net zero emissions by 2045 is possible for the UK - provided changes in industry, energy and lifestyle roll out nationwide
Perhaps protestors and businesses are on the same side in the climate fight?
Ernesto Araújo has called climate science 'dogma' and bemoaned the 'criminalisation' of red meat, oil and heterosexual sex
Coal, oil and gas subsidies risking rise in global temperatures to 3.2C, well beyond agreed Paris goal
Sam Fankhauser of the LSE Grantham Research Institute believes net zero will require global political will, private sector ingenuity and a huge surge of investment
When biodiversity is threatened it's not just the animals at risk, warns WWF's Gareth Redmond-King
Latest assessment of the state of the ozone layer suggests it is on track to be fully repaired by the 2060s
Extreme weather events could increasingly disrupt UK businesses and their supply chains
Have plastics become the way politicians avoid talking about climate change?
Rightwing president-elect has pledged to open the rainforest to farming and industry, while slashing environmental protections and democratic rights
New study confirms only a handful of countries have enshrined Paris Agreement pledges in national legislation
A heightened focus on solutions for sucking CO2 out of the atmosphere