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...
First peer-reviewed study predicts global emissions could fall seven per cent this year, but warns such savings are required every year for decades to come to meet climate goals
Scottish Widows Maria Nazarova-Doyle explains how the coronavirus crisis has made green investments more attractive than ever
Opposition stresses that climate action should be at heart of recovery plans, as over 400 civil society groups urge governments to reinvigorate pursuit of Sustainable Development Goals
Just days after Canada unveiled a loan programme for big businesses that mandates climate disclosures, more than 300 US corporates call on both chambers of US Congress for measures to help the country "build back better"
EU urges member states to attach green conditions to State Aid, after revamped rules omit mandatory climate conditions
Revised State Aid rules published by the European Commission on Friday require that large companies report on how they use public funds in line with national and EU green goals, but falls short of mandating climate conditions for stimulus packages
Government promises £2bn active transport blitz, as fears grow over spike in post-lockdown pollution
Government launches £250m emergency active travel fund, but campaigners warn Prime Minister's advice to avoid public transport could fuel car-focused recovery
10 years of Sustainable Living: Unilever calls on government and corporates to end 'business as usual'
As consumer goods giant marks anniversary of industry-leading sustainability plan, chief executive Alan Jope promises beefed up new strategy and urges companies, governments, and NGOs to reject a return to 'business-as-usual' in the wake of Covid-19 crisis...
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
Letter to the Prime Minister by government climate advisers adds further weight to cross-sector calls for coronavirus stimulus packages to eschew carbon-intensive practices in favour of low-carbon, climate-resilient industries and projects
BNP Paribas, AXA, Danone, and Total among over 90 leading businesses to call on government to deliver recover plan that drives 'ecological transition'
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone and Indeed.com founder Paul Forster among high profile investors in green laundry start-up Oxwash
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
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