Leading businesses urge government to deliver ambitious Environment Bill in response to reports Treasury wants to water down crucial legislation
Industry warns of the need for certainty on green policy, as Budget provides more questions than answers
Chair of National Infrastructure Commission says Budget measures "welcome" but UK needs cross-sector low-carbon strategy to secure future prosperity
You'd have been forgiven for missing the green detail of yesterday's Budget speech - but buried in the Red Book was some measures sustainability executives should be abreast of
Have plastics become the way politicians avoid talking about climate change?
BusinessGreen rounds up all the key reaction from today's Budget
But 'latte levy' proposals are rejected and Budget speech ignores clean energy and climate action
The answer, sadly, seems to be 'very little'
Any watering down of the Carbon Price Support mechanism would deal a grave blow to UK decarbonisation efforts, warns Sandbag's Phil McDonald
'If the government is serious about its commitment to the Paris Agreement, now is not the time to consider lowering carbon prices, indeed it suggests they should be increased'
Mo Saqib of Dearman Engine Company argues a simple move to end tax breaks for red diesel used in trucks could have an outsize impact on air pollution
With fuel duty increase ruled out, the Treasury is considering increasing Climate Change Levy on gas use in bid to raise revenue and curb emissions
Chancellor said to considering extending 25p 'latte levy' to disposable soft drink and milkshake cups sold in fast food chains