Backed by high and low carbon businesses alike, the Energy Transitions Commission has outlined seven key priorities for delivering credible, net zero-focused recovery packages
Rebuilding could create a fairer society that reduces the risk of environmental disasters that always hit the vulnerable hardest, writes Hubbub's Trewin Restorick
Battery-powered EV sales were down just 10 per cent in April, compared to collapses of 97+ per cent seen in the combustion engine car markets.
Joseph Stiglitz and Lord Nicholas Stern co-author paper setting out evidence green stimulus measures offer best pathway to economic recovery
BNP Paribas, AXA, Danone, and Total among over 90 leading businesses to call on government to deliver recover plan that drives 'ecological transition'
IIGC, AIGCC, Ceres, and CDP among major green investment groups urging governments to avoid backing risky, high-carbon projects as part of their coronavirus recovery plans
Investment in hydrogen infrastructure should form major part of coronavirus recovery plan, argues North West Hydrogen Alliance
The coronavirus lockdown may have led to a fall in emissions, but assumptions that home-working automatically cuts carbon could prove to be wide of the mark
Confederation of Paper Industries issues plea for public to ensure PPE is disposed of safely, amidst fears waste material could contaminate recycling
Reduced road traffic and industrial activity has cleaned up Europe's air, likely averting thousands of air pollution deaths, study argues
Electric vehicle giant bullish of ability to ramp up production worldwide and boost revenues in 2020 despite worldwide economic woes
Statement from world leaders show climate action is firmly still on the international agenda, but how that plays out remains to be seen, writes ECIU's Richard Black
Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire tells French Parliament €7bn support package would require ailing airline to set goal of becoming world's most environmentally-friendly carrier
Up to £5m of interest-free loans for electrical waste treatment facilities and £600,000 of grants for charity-sector reuse organisations are now up for grabs
Global Energy Review notes that renewables will be the only energy source to expand in 2020 despite a dramatic nosedive in energy demand worldwide caused by Covid-19's shutdown of economic and public life.
Green Alliance's Philippa Borrowman makes the case for urgent action to ensure one of the few upsides from the lockdown is maintained
Employees in the energy, transport, food and drink, waste, and water industries to join list of workers eligible for priority testing
Evert Vlaswinkel, managing director for Solarcentury in the EMEA region, examines the impacts of the coronavirus crisis on the solar power sector
SDG17's vision of a sustainable future driven by cross-border partnerships has been under siege for the past four years, but is a change coming in the way governments and businesses tackle global challenges?
European Corporate Leaders Group joins EU's independent green finance advisory panel in calling for green coronavirus recovery plan
The need to protect the climate can come to the rescue of our damaged economy, argues E3G chairman Tom Burke
Speech from UK Business Secretary and COP26 President at Petersberg Climate Dialogue meeting today
BEIS seeks to relax obligations and deadlines for back-up power providers to 'reduce administrative and operational burdens' amid pandemic
Conference hosted by the UK and Germany will bring more than 30 countries together to discuss green recovery plans and strategies after weeks of coronavirus chaos