Undercover investigation from Greenpeace dupes oil and gas executives into detailing firm’s efforts to sabotage tougher US climate legislation
Environmental Audit Committee Chair Philip Dunne talks to BusinessGreen about the need for 'a tax system fit for net zero Britain' and the right time to judge whether the government has delivered on its green recovery promises
Carbon taxes can work well in some parts of the economy, but are not always the right mechanism, writes Energy Systems Catapult chief executive Philip New
Number 10 reportedly considering making plans for carbon border tariffs a priority for G7 Summit, as sources downplay chances of new meat and dairy tax
Reports suggest Number 10 is considering a radical overhaul of the UK's carbon taxes in a bid to spark global climate action ahead of COP26 Summit
Dr Ben Caldecott argues the row currently raging between Treasury and BEIS over whether to introduce a new carbon tax or UK emissions trading scheme presents a false choice
The Chancellor is reportedly considering a hike in carbon prices to help raise revenues and accelerate the net zero transition, but as Dr. Danial Sturge and George Day argue, carbon pricing is complex and won't deliver net zero emissions on its own
Reports may have suggested that the UK and EU have reached agreement on incorporating the Paris Agreement into any trade deal, but with just 12 weeks to go until the Brexit transition period ends huge uncertainties and risks remain for the green economy...