Report commissioned by the European Commission argues higher renewables targets would unlock billions of Euros of investment in Europe's economy through to 2030
Analysts cite recently-agreed reforms to EU Emissions Trading Scheme as a major driver behind recent carbon price surge, but can the cost of polluting keep rising?
Tougher regulations are urgently needed to stop funding for projects which support land grabs, higher carbon emissions or human rights violations, argue charities
The end of financial short termism? How EU financial policy overhaul could spur green investment surge
EU's High Level Expert Group report on Sustainable Finance has set out a raft of crucial recommendations to boost green investment - but will they unlock the long term vision the sector needs?
EU expert group report to set out raft of recommendations for greening European financial policy to help unlock investments in meeting climate change targets
As London prepares to break its annual legal limit for air pollution for 2018 within a month, the UK and others are facing growing pressure from Brussels to clean up their air
Brussels targets single-use plastics in an urgent clean-up plan that aims to make all packaging reusable or recyclable by 2030
EU Commission is said to be looking at changes to banking charges to boost green financing for low carbon technologies and efficiency measures, but would such a move result in fresh risks?
Ahead of the One Planet Summit the EU has sent an admirable message to those communities that risk losing out as a result of decarbonisation
EU Commission proposals would require carmakers to cut CO2 from new cars and vans by 30 per cent by 2030, but campaigners say rules don't go far enough
In her long-awaited Florence speech May is expected to outline proposals for a two-year transition framework for Brexit, effectively keeping Britain subject to EU environmental law until at least 2021
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker wants to make Europe a 'world leader' in decarbonisation
As the MPs prepare for today's debate on key bill, environmental professionals, legal experts and green NGOs warn changes are necessary to ensure green Brexit
Plants larger than 50MW will have four years to adapt to meet new stricter standards for air pollutants, as lawyers warn they will sue sites that fail to comply
In echo of 'defeat device' scandals, one TV increased energy consumption by 47 per cent when tested in real-world viewing
Recommendations from EU-funded research project suggest shopping centres could prove a 'unique trigger point' for wider decarbonisation - if policy levers hit the right note
'Anticipation, prevention and preparedness' are the order of the day to help move EU response to vulnerable cities from 'crisis containment' to ensuring long-term resilience
European Commission grants state aid approval for three major new policies designed to step up investment in renewable technologies
European Commission considering plans for cars and trucks to pay higher road toll charges the more CO2 they emit
Corporate Leaders Group urges EU to strengthen proposed 2030 renewables target
The government is being forced to take tougher action on air pollution because of EU rules, so how clean will our air be without them?
MEPs vote to increase 2030 recycling goal to 70 per cent, paving way for bolder circular economy package
Germany, France, Spain, Italy and the UK all receive notification time is running out to bring air quality into line with EU standards
Andrew Warren argues the UK should maintain a 'watching brief' during important Brussels negotiations on the next wave of energy efficiency goals