The SDGs are epic in their ambition and reach, and businesses have a critical role to play in their delivery - the new BusinessGreen SDG Hub aims to help navigate this exciting new agenda
The way we use language matters - no matter what Andrew Neil thinks, it is fair to ask if seas that are meant to be covered by ice can really be called 'ice-plagued'
As the US blogger David Roberts has highlighted the latest flurry of climate action reports all highlight how 'political will' is the crucial missing ingredient, but how can it be generated?
Projections that decarbonisation could give the global economy a $26tr boost might sound far-fetched, but a humble bin lorry proves they are anything but
Ahead of BusinessGreen's inaugural half day conference on navigating the guidelines from the FSB's Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures, James Murray explores why the guidelines are so significant
'Breathe easy'? Really? Is that what you want to go with?
Iain Duncan Smith's proposal to abolish the carbon price floor points to a much bigger plan to undermine the government's Green Brexit vision
As temperature records topple and the 'Hothouse Earth' we were warned of looms, it's long past time to admit we're scared
Climate attribution is complicated, but an abundance of caution that is not applied to any other field is serving to underplay the huge risks presented by climate change
Theresa May was at pains yesterday to stress the government will deliver high environmental standards post-Brexit - but the fear remains her welcome pledges could dissolve with her authority
Progressive businesses understand that Boris Johnson's version of Brexit runs counter to both their mission and the requirements of the 21st century
James Murray's speech to the 2018 BusinessGreen Leaders Awards
As BusinessGreen launches its Net Zero Now campaign, James Murray explains why more ambitious climate goals and strategies have never been more urgently needed
Can a third runway really be compatible with the UK's climate targets? Depressingly, it looks as if the government has zero interest in finding out
Why would anyone want regulatory enforcement mechanisms to be weakened, unless they expected to break the law?
From a new mission statement to a new subscriber package, BusinessGreen is evolving alongside the fast-changing green economy
The blitz of measures to tackle plastic waste is hugely welcome, but there is no point pretending they don't come with significant risks attached
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