Encouraging UK consumers to swap red meat for plant-based alternatives for just one additional meal a week could slash the UK's emissions by more than eight per cent, a new analysis has found
The net zero transition is big, much bigger, than you think
E3G's Ed Matthew welcomes the CCC's net zero recommendations, but warns an earlier target date and much more government leadership will now be needed
Michael Gove mounted a strong defence of the government's not quite state of climate emergency - but the contradictions at the heart of the Conservative's climate policy remain
The Committee on Climate Change has set out how the UK can achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 - here is everything you need to know
Committee on Climate Change urges government to adopt a net zero greenhouse gas emissions target for 2050 'as soon as possible'
The declaration of emergency is central to the stories we are told from childhood - calls for a climate emergency are not going away and the government needs to find a credible way to respond
The Green Economy Coalition's Emily Benson outlines an emergency treatment plan for nature
Confectionery giant is drawing on a satellite monitoring service to help eliminate deforestation from its palm oil supply chain
What does 'net-zero' mean and what are the challenges - from technological to moral - to achieving it? Josh Burke at LSE's Grantham Research Institute sets out some of the issues
Former UNFCCC chief speaks to BusinessGreen about XR climate protests and risks to business ahead of CCC's hotly anticipated 1.5C advice this week
It's hard to overstate the challenge in broadening the science-based approach for land use, water and biodiversity
Think tank calls for mass woodland planting drive, a ban on peatland burning, and a focus on low carbon farming methods in new report - but is the government listening?
Having confirmed they are to bring the latest wave of actions to an end, Christian activists this morning staged a protests at Canary Wharf warning 'business as usual = death'
Extinction Rebellion and Greta Thunberg have reinvigorated the climate movement and revealed the utter paucity of their critics' arguments - but what happens now?
Study shows how destabilised natural systems will worsen man-made problem
As wave of protests enter their second week and Greta Thunberg backs calls for a climate 'general strike', leading green business figures welcome launch of XR Business
Campaigner and barrister attempted to create a law to criminalise ecological damage
Nation known for its natural beauty is under pressure with extinctions, polluted rivers and blighted lakes
Yum! Brands - which owns KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell - is to pursue new greenhouse gas reduction goals across its restaurants and supply chains
Water risks present a complex and escalating challenge for businesses, but there are best practices for supporting SDG6 and its vision of clean and sustainable water supplies for all
Lund University's Stephen Woroniecki talks to Guardian columnist and environmental campaigner George Monbiot about how natural solutions could play a key role in tacking climate breakdown
Extreme weather contributed to losses of up to £161m for Scotland's farmers in 2018, offering a sign of the challenges climate change will create for businesses, even in temperate climates
Next generation must keep their own carbon levels at a fraction of their grandparents' in order to prevent catastrophe