A major new report from the Environmental Defense Fund asks some challenging questions about the limited progress the agricultural sector has made in tackling its out-sized climate and biodiversity impacts - and offers some invaluable guidance on how...
The government's new planning reforms could unleash a new wave of essential green infrastructure or scar the UK with car-dependent suburban sprawl – and it is too early to tell which
Ministers unveil long-awaited proposals to streamline planning system, sparking fierce criticism from environmental and housing groups
Chancellor: 'This is going to be a green recovery with concern for our environment at its heart'
If the government is serious about the utilising nature-based solutions, we need to turbocharge the market for urban greening, argues the UK Green Building Council's Philip Box
Because it's worth it: L'Oréal's Nathalie Bleach on the beauty giant's revamped sustainability strategy
As L'Oréal embarks on the next phase of its sustainability programme, BusinessGreen speaks to UK operations director Nathalie Bleach about plastic, environmental labelling, its growing delivery business and the firm's 2050 net zero mission
Consumer goods giant unveils latest commitments from its recently announced €1bn 'nature and climate fund'
As the pandemic exposes risk in meat supply chains, investors and retailers are turning in droves to alternative proteins, research suggests
Claims of 'newt counting' slowing down development are a misnomer - biodiversity net gain approaches can improve design, writes AECOM's Robert Spencer
Developer claims commercial development in central London will be first to meet UK Green Building Council's net zero standards
People have 'justifiable concerns' that future trade deals could undermine UK environmental standards, says National Food Strategy
Covid-19 has hit manufacturing hard, but with government policy support there is now a big opportunity to accelerate decarbonisation, argues Make UK's Frank Aaskov
De Beers and nine of its suppliers and customers to draw up net zero plans in response to growing consumer demand for responsibly sourced diamonds
Governments should prepare to pay coal operators to shut down plants and compensate impacted workers and communities, study argues
Restaurant chain aims to achieve zero direct carbon emissions and cut the carbon footprint of its meals by 2030
National Grid's Future Energy Scenarios analysis paints a compelling picture of the potential for an energy system replete with hydrogen, CCS and millions of EVs
Plans to link up waste-to-energy, heat networks, battery storage and electric vehicle charge points could serve as a blueprint for other UK cities, according to council
Green energy supplier claims new flexible tariff will make it 'easy and affordable' for customers to transition away from gas boilers
The Chancellor's green home upgrade scheme risks repeating the mistakes of past retrofitting programmes, writes Alan Whitehead MP, Labour's Shadow Minister for Energy and Clean Growth
Dr Max Lacey-Barnacle calls for a more joined-up approach across the UK towards tackling the impacts of deep decarbonisation on work and jobs
The International Association for Sustainable Economy (IASE) to offer online ESG exams and accreditation to 'deepen the sustainable development of our society'