Ben Caldecott of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme argues Brexit provides an opportunity to build 'the world's first ever net zero aligned emissions trading scheme'
On its own, a UK ETS won't be enough to successfully decarbonise UK industry, warns Make UK's Frank Aaskov
Veteran broadcaster warns 'really major problems' are imminent if world does not address climate change threat
An international system to curb energy use may be the only way to lift people out of poverty while preserving the planet - but is the world really ready for such a radical shift in thinking?
The multinational drinks giant introduced internal carbon pricing across its business in 2017, and the move is now helping to drive its push towards new 2030 green goals
As Chancellor Philip Hammond readies Budget, Aurora Energy Research analysis reveals potential for adding 10GW of renewables by 2040 if carbon price increases
BusinessGreen brings you this week's green economy headlines from around the world
Energy Systems Catapult study concludes that cost of cutting carbon emissions varies by up to £700 a tonne
French think tank I4CE publishes Global Carbon Account 2018, confirming that adoption of carbon pricing policies is accelerating
At times it felt like a mini-COP, at times like a celebrity-studded TEDx conference, but Emmanuel Macron's One Planet Summit certainly packed a climate punch
Ahead of Emmanuel Macron's One Planet Summit tomorrow, multinationals warn more ambitious global warming targets needed to secure future growth and prosperity
David Newman of the World Biogas Association argues the global march of carbon pricing schemes will have big implications for the waste industry and beyond