Your need-to-know green business news from around the world this week
From personal insults to 'Vorsprung Durch Technik': G7 climate action intensifies as divisions deepen
The latest G7 summit promised a funding boost for global climate action, while providing evidence the coalition for tackling the climate crisis is under ever more intense pressure from the White House
UK doubles climate aid contributions and announces extra £7m for 'Blue Belt' scheme to protect marine life, as plans emerge for new Amazon protection initiative
The President wants voters to believe the US boasts world-leading environmental performance, but as climate risks escalate is anyone buying it?
Beyond Carbon will work with local and state actors to drive clean energy policy, close coal plants and ensure no new fossil fuel power is built
The CEO of one of the UK's leading clean tech innovators offers some pointers for how to turbo-charge our response to climate crisis
President reveals he had "a great conversation" with Prince Charles about climate change, as he again rejects climate science
As Theresa May takes issue with President Trump's stance on climate change, Democrat frontrunner pledges to introduce net zero goal
There has been a fundamental shift in the dialogue around climate action in the past year, and once again the US President is on the wrong side of history
'The science shows that you're wrong': Will British businesses challenge Trump over their climate fears?
The US President will meet with Theresa May and businesses in the UK this week - but will they really be bold enough to raise their concerns about US climate policy?
In a rebuke of the Trump administration's 'energy-first' agenda, a judge rules greenhouse gas emissions must be considered
Trump's failure to mention climate change in his State of the Union address only underlines how political realities are shifting around the US President
Madeleine Cuff's first Business Talk column of the year considers how quickly consumer sentiment can change on green issues
Tom Chivers reflects on new polling that suggests the average American consumer is concerned about climate change, whatever President Trump says to the contrary - and corporate leaders are responding
COP24: As Trump administration prepares to promote coal, business giants step up calls for bolder climate action
Business groups launch series of new initiatives to help mainstream clean technologies and sustainable practices
A deal in Poland that draws a hard line between developed and developing countries may be unacceptable to future administrations - Democratic or Republican
Mid-term election results prompt hope of renewed progress on climate action in US, after gains for Democrats in the House and key state governor seats
Far more must be invested in adapting to warming, says new global commission that aims to rebuild political will after US withdrawal from Paris Agreement
Climate scientists have political agendas, US president says in interview with 60 Minutes
The recent paper suggesting a 4C warming scenario justifies continued inaction on cutting emissions marks a worrying development in the never ending 'climate wars'
Reports suggest Beijing is to end curbs on coal power and steel production designed to tackle air pollution
Washington Post reveals draft statement accepts risk of extreme climate change, and uses it to argue there is no point trying to curb emissions
President Trump is rarely nature's friend, but he has just ordered all US federal buildings to improve their energy performance, explains Andrew Warren of the British Energy Efficiency Federation
Courts continue to challenge the Trump administration's attempts to dilute environmental rules, but that is not stopping the President raving once again against renewable energy