Electoral Commission says charities must declare all campaign spending since June last year, despite them not knowing a snap election would be called
Ad watchdog informally resolves Cuadrilla complaints over leaflet stating chemicals used in fracking can cause cancer and contaminate water
Scottish Government urges Westminster to commit to try and keep UK within single market after Brexit
Delabole wind farm in Cornwall, now owned by Good Energy, has generated 340GWh of electricity since it came online in 1991
EFRA committee argues for whole new approach to flood risk, as MPs warns England's current efforts are 'fragmented, inefficient and ineffective'
The scrapping of DECC was understandably followed by the disbanding of the parliamentary committee which scrutinised it, but could this lead to a hole in scrutiny of energy and climate change policies?
BusinessGreen rounds up all the reaction from business leaders, policy-makers, NGOs and campaigners
Friends of the Earth surveys 60 UK research and academic institutions on how they are meeting the challenge of a 1.5C world
Britain's exit from the trading bloc must not lead to backtracking on environmental protections, green groups say
More than 80 per cent of British public want to see UK government maintain or improve EU rules that protect our natural environment post-Brexit
Policy makers, green groups and businesses have their say on Theresa May's Whitehall changes and cabinet appointments
Council grants planning permission to controversial Druridge Bay coal mine, as campaigners vow to fight on
The in-campaign does not have to be about 'project fear', argues Friends of the Earth's Samuel Lowe - there is a positive green vision for the referendum campaign to embrace
Friends of the Earth warns government may face court case if it fails to put in place a 'credible plan' for meeting 2020 renewable energy targets
New study argues subsidy cuts will delay the contribution renewables can make to lower electricity prices, while promised nuclear subsidies could be more expensive than projected
Mass data release reveals UK councils have invested £14bn of pension funds into fossil fuels
Friends of the Earth writes to Amber Rudd warning recent consultations may be in breach of government guidelines
Array of NGOs unite for 'mass lobby' of MPs, designed to build political momentum ahead of Paris Summit
Analysis aims to convince Lancashire councillors to reject Cuadrilla application for full scale fracking
New Trucost and Friends of the Earth report aims to help businesses calculate water footprint of the products they manufacture
Friends of the Earth's Kenneth Richter says Europe turning its back on biofuels sends a strong signal to global markets that cannot be ignored
Legislation rushed through in the final hours of parliament allows local planning laws to be bypassed, seriously alarming anti-nuclear campaigners
Coal giant hails its position at heart of Europe's 'biggest carbon reduction project'
Craig Bennett of Friends of the Earth argues there will be a winter crisis in the NHS for as long as governments fail to take cold homes and air pollution seriously