Researchers reveal NO2 emission reductions during first lockdown were lower than previously thought, amidst warnings ozone levels actually increased
Survey of energy professionals worldwide points to strong confidence in the future resilience of the fast-expanding renewables sector
The coronavirus vaccine presents an opportunity to build a greener market and supply chain for refrigeration
Despite lockdown generating a steep decline in fossil fuel production, COVID-19 recovery plans risk accelerating it beyond pre-COVID levels, a UN-backed study warns
The world is now in an 'era of pandemics' due to nature loss and unsustainable economies, leading scientists warn
The UK could reach a 60 per cent renewable power system by 2025 were it to shift Covid-19 energy sector recovery funds from fossil fuels to green power, report concludes
Landmark study estimates 15 per cent of worldwide deaths from Covid-19 may be attributable to long-term exposure to air pollution, demonstrating impact of fossil fuels on pandemic
A third of UK adults are planning to use trains more in future and one-in-five intend to fly less, YouGov survey finds
Raft of new studies underscore the myriad adverse impacts of the UK's chronic air pollution, but also make clear that the solutions - including shifting away from fossil fuel cars - are quickly ramping up
Community, flexibility, ingenuity and the simple caring for others are all values we must harness to combat the climate crisis, according to Andrew Simms and Nicky Saunter of the Rapid Transition Alliance
Clutch of campaigning organisations seek judicial review of Defra's refusal to investigate reported links between pollution and Covid-19 health outcomes
Ban Ki Moon's call comes as a new report from the Clean Air Fund calls for greater collaboration between philanthropic and government-funded efforts
Of seven counties surveyed by Vattenfall, however, UK was the only outlier, where residents now view epidemics as a bigger threat than the climate crisis
Could the coronavirus crisis change the way we design green buildings?
The IEA has added to the avalanche of reports making the case for a green recovery - BusinessGreen explores the key principles that are emerging as governments weigh how to engineer a climate-focused stimulus
Joel Makower explores how the sustainability movement is maintaining momentum as the coronavirus crisis continues to unfold
Raft of energy efficiency, green transport, and hydrogen programmes put at heart of €130bn stimulus package, as Bank of England confirms financial support for airlines
After years of campaigning, the government looks poised to turbocharge the net zero transition - but can it deliver on its promise
Investors warn that the animal protein industry must urgently reduce routine antibiotic use to stop antibiotic-resistant superbugs from causing a future pandemic.
As new study suggests net zero transition could create over 350,000 new jobs and deliver £90bn in economic benefits, Rishi Sunak is said to be preparing a green jobs package that promises to go beyond previous manifesto promises
UN widely expected to approve UK government request for crucial Summit to be rescheduled for November 2021
A new analysis by the ECIU notes that extended lockdown into the winter months could exacerbate fuel poverty in the UK and calls on the government to implement vast energy efficiency programmes for homes that will lower heating bills while reducing carbon,...
Pursuing an ambitious low carbon, environmental, and skills agenda as part of the government's economic recovery plan is a key part of the solution to today's public interest concerns around unemployment, regional inequality, and resilience argues Aldersgate...