We trawl through the archive to pick out some of our favourite reads of the past 12 months
As parties prepare to tout their climate credentials in a live TV debate, new research suggests hitting net zero before 2030 would cost £200bn a year
Full report features interviews with XR activist Farhana Yamin, Green Party leader Jonathan Bartley, and radical business leaders from Lush, Loop, Good Energy, and many others
People who criticise the group's lack of ethnic diversity, the lifestyles of its activists, their 'unrealistic' aims, are missing the point, argues WWF UK's Gareth Redmond-King
Meet the Green Radicals: Extinction Rebellion activist Farhana Yamin talks net zero, emancipation, and why everyone should be an activist
Renowned environmental lawyer and Extinction Rebellion campaigner on the journey from 'upright citizen' to law-breaker and green radical
My speech to the Stronger Stories Clean and Cool Summit - in full
In an exclusive interview, BusinessGreen quizzes the Energy and Clean Growth Minister on the government's decarbonisation plans
EXCLUSIVE: Energy and Clean Growth Minister claims a no-deal Brexit will 'not in any way' be compromised by Brexit and insists government shares XR concerns - even if the Prime Minister did call them 'crusties'
Nigel Harvey, boss at recycling compliance operator Recolight, arrested in bid to highlight scale of climate emergency
As XR activists block roads into Westminster, Defra fears the UK may also be blocking chances of an EU trade deal by compromising with the US on environmental standards
Following a visit to one of the UK's first Citizens Assemblies on climate change, Trewin Restorick questions whether the approach can deliver the transformative impact campaigners hope for
Rise in climate protests is changing perceptions of green activism in the US, argues Indiana University's Nathaniel Geiger
As conference season kicks off new survey suggests spotlight will be on parties' decarbonisation agendas
Campaign group says action to ground flights at airport is proportionate to climate threat, as Heathrow says activists will face 'full force of the law'
Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, and London will be focus of climate protests thids week in latest outbreak of direct action from Extinction Rebellion
Around 16,000 people are expected to descend upon Parliament Square this afternoon to call on MPs to deliver bolder environmental policies
Six House of Commons select committees announce plans for climate-focused Citizens Assembly, as Nicola Sturgeon reveals Scotland will host a 'Big Climate Conversation'
Britons are more worried about climate crisis than economy, crime and immigration
Protest group threatens to use drones and roadblocks to shut down Heathrow unless plans for third runway are ditched
Greta Thunberg has called for a global general strike in September - including adults - to push for urgent climate action - how should green businesses respond?
In what could prove to be a world first, green entrepreneur Dale Vince has today declared a 'climate emergency' at renewable energy specialist Ecotricity
Extinction Rebellion crashes pensions conference as minister defends local government fund's autonomy
'It would not be for me to tell individual funds you must do this or you must do that,' says Minister for local government
More than a third of the public are very worried about climate change, according to official government survey
The declaration of emergency is central to the stories we are told from childhood - calls for a climate emergency are not going away and the government needs to find a credible way to respond