Troubled Brexit negotiations could result in weakening green standards and reduction in Europe's diplomatic influence on climate action, new study warns
Environmental Audit Committee predicts nearly a fifth of the UK's fruit and vegetables come from countries exposed to severe climate risks, as new study makes case for more plant-based diets
Farming trade body sets out aims for habitat restoration, energy crops, meat productivity and government policy support
Event will now be held in early 2020 to enable government and businesses to 'fully focus' on Brexit
A bill to introduce payments for environmental improvements by farmers fails to win time in Parliament to pass into law
Prime Minister sought changes to terms of future relationship with EU that would renege on commitment to 'level playing field', reports suggest
The Prime Minister is right to say the UK has some of the most ambitious environmental legislation in the world, but as a new report reveals many of those rules are going unenforced
Unchecked campaign launches with stark warning that funding for environmental enforcement agencies has been halved since 2010
Like a husband telling a suspicious partner he'll be home on time, Boris Johnson is telling the EU the UK wants to have 'world-class' environmental standards, but it also wants the freedom to change them if it chooses
'That is the point of our exit': Johnson raises prospect of UK environmental rules diverging from the EU
Prime Minister insists government remains committed to 'world-class' environmental standards, but insists laws and regulations to deliver them 'will potentially diverge from those of the EU'
International Trade Committee to look at how UK trade policy can drive high environmental standards and tackle climate change
Amnesty International, NUJ, Greenpeace, and others warn restrictions in remit of proposed Office for Environmental Protection 'wholly at odds with public's right to information'
Hopes for a net zero-focused Spending Review that boosts the green economy are receding, as business groups warn 'every day that goes by without clarity means more misguided investments and unseized opportunities'
As the summer of the countdown clock continues only one thing is certain for the UK's green economy - nothing is certain
The new Environment Secretary's address at the Countryfile Live festival yesterday - in full
Treasury announces an extra £2.1bn in Brexit funding is set to be releases, sparking accusations that spending pledges do not add up
Government steps up Brexit planning, as NFU chief warns of 'impossibility' of high standards no deal scenario
Ministers warn government is now "operating on the assumption" of no deal Brexit, raising fears it could seriously erode environmental standards
Brexit will inevitably dominate, but Andrea Leadsom, Theresa Villiers, Grant Shapps, and Sajid Javid all face critical policy choices that will shape the green economy for decades to come
As all eyes were on the announcement of a new Prime Minister, the government yesterday beefed up its Environment Bill plans - Greener UK's Ruth Chambers explains why it marks an important, but incomplete, step forward
Government's late flurry of report publications continues, as Defra releases a tranche of consultation responses firming up its plans for imminent Environment Bill
The strength of UK innovation means it will continue to lead the world in climate action post-Brexit, argues Earth Capital's Jim Totty
Latest Greener UK report welcomes support for net zero target, but warns all areas of the environment are at 'high risk' of seeing protections weakened post-Brexit
The Environment Bill must go further if it is to gain the confidence of business, argues TechUK's Susanne Baker
Climate and environment were top EU election issues prompting a 'green wave' of MEPs, but how might this translate into policy action?