'A heatwave coupled with a second wave of Covid-19 infections would put enormous strain on our already overburdened doctors, nurses and other key workers'
Government-backed Natural Environment Impact Fund to support four projects that will explore how private investment can be harnessed to enhance nature
UN approves UK and Italian request for high profile Summit to be postponed by a full year, as co-hosts announce new 'Friends of COP' advisory board
Report warns that investors must put their clout behind emerging innovative technological solutions, such as offshore closed cage systems and onshore recirculating aquaculture solutions, for the industry increase production supply through 2030.
University of Plymouth-led study notes that microplastics shed from vehicle tyres are putting millions of square metres of UK waters at risk of contamination.
UN widely expected to approve UK government request for crucial Summit to be rescheduled for November 2021
RSBP and WWF urge government to capitalise on post-Brexit trade deals as well as the Agriculture and Environment Bills to cut deforestation from the UK’s supply chains.
First peer-reviewed study predicts global emissions could fall seven per cent this year, but warns such savings are required every year for decades to come to meet climate goals
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As BusinessGreen launches its new Net Zero Leadership Hub in partnership with BT, the need for companies to take a lead in driving climate action has become more important than ever
'We are witnessing the impacts of a disorderly transition': CCC boss Chris Stark on net zero in the wake of Covid-19
Committee on Climate Change CEO discusses infrastructure, airline bailouts, COP26 and making the best of a bad situation
'The world is ready': Campaigners and academics call on government to scale up Nature Based Solutions
Christiana Figueres, Nick Stern, and Paul Polman lead renewed push for beefed up approach to nature-based emissions reductions
Vast swathes of the Tropics could end up as hot as the Sahara within 50 years unless emissions fall sharply, report warns
The net zero transition is a race against time and regardless of the coronavirus crisis there is no time for delay
Nature is crucial for our survival, our mental health, and also our economy, argues WWF's Gareth Redmond-King
Heather Clancy takes the microscope to the tech giant's first foray into nature-based solutions
Global Energy Review notes that renewables will be the only energy source to expand in 2020 despite a dramatic nosedive in energy demand worldwide caused by Covid-19's shutdown of economic and public life.
The stunning array of technologies emerging to decarbonize the world and make it more habitable for flora, fauna and humans goes far beyond cleantech 2.0
WRI warns that flooding could aggravate coronavirus crisis in South and Southeast Asia and Africa, urging for increased investment globally in flood prevention
On its 50th anniversary and in the midst of the worst global crisis in living memory, this year's Earth Day had a particular power and resonance
COP26 President steps up calls for 'clean, inclusive and resilient recovery' that delivers on the goals of the Paris Agreement, as polling reveals huge support for accelerate climate action
Poll findings released by Gallup on Earth Day show that countries' environmental records have little bearing on citizens' satisfaction rates.
Editor of landmark IPCC reports – who famously called global warming "a weapon of mass destruction" – has passed away in his native Wales at the age of 88.
Fantasy or nightmare? If you look beyond extreme ideas such as space shades, there's much to like about this fast-evolving category of climate tech