The British political landscape is in desperate need of renewal, and full spectrum climate prioritisation could offer the sense of direction Westminster craves
Is the scandalous corruption of our political campaigns also undermining our response to the environmental crisis?
On Bob Dylan, World Cups, and the true urgency of the climate challenge
Dr Kate Marvel's essay, 'We Need Courage, Not Hope, to Face Climate Change', may just provide the framing the climate movement needs
Mad Max? David Davis' gaslighting on environmental fears is an insult to his audience, and our intelligence
David Davis is apparently 'irritated' that people fear the UK could water down environmental standards - has he really been paying so little attention?
BT has found a business trigger point capable of delivering exponential carbon savings
Boris Johnson's speech had little to say on environmental issues, but what it did say laid bare the deep ideological divide at the heart of government
The pre-publicity suggests the influential writer's latest book will take aim at the green movement, but is such criticism justified
How much longer can Donald Trump's dangerous environmental philosophy be left unchallenged by media and public alike?
The Transport Secretary is betting the farm on hydrogen trains, the problem is he appears to have no plan for delivering them
It may have gone some way to tackling the scourge of plastic pollution, but May missed the opportunity to turbo charge the government's green revamp
Here, completely unsolicited, are some pointers on what could and should be included in potentially historic speech
Michael Gove's speech to the Oxford Farming Conference confirms he has sided with green campaigners in the debate on the future of agricultural subsidies, but can he now deliver on his bold vision?
James Murray reviews a year in which terrifying climate impacts wrestled with heartening green business breakthroughs
The message to business leaders is once again clear: time has been called on the fossil fuel economy and 'those who fail to bet on a green economy will be living in a grey future'
James Murray's speech to the BusinessGreen Technology Awards 2017
The Budget was the first real test of the government's decision to privatise the Green Investment Bank - it only served to highlight the short-sightedness of the decision
Pledges on EVs and plastic pollution are welcome, but Hammond has failed to accelerate a coal phase-out while gambling on further renewables' cost-reductions
The backdrop for the annual UN Climate Summit was bleak - progress now needs to accelerate as the logic of the Paris Agreement is applied
James Murray's speech to the National Sustainable Schools Conference
Last week's flurry of terrifying climate reports demands a stronger response - the next two weeks in Bonn must point the way to the next climate crunch point
It's been an eventful decade for BusinessGreen, and if anything the coming years promise to be even more exciting
The government's Clean Growth Strategy is very encouraging for the green economy; the context in which it has to be delivered is much less so
The upcoming emissions reduction plan needs to be fit for purpose, but it also needs to provide a strategic vision for the UK's post-Brexit economy