As environmental issues look set to play central role in election campaign, Michel Barnier warns any attempt to undercut EU rules will draw a 'proportionate' response
The next six weeks promises to deliver the greenest - and the dirtiest - election in British history
Confusion mounts as EU agrees three month 'flextension', government pushes for early election, and Parliament prepares for Environment Bill debate
High profile environmental legislation and hopes of attaching green amendments to Withdrawal Agreement Bill now in doubt, as government steps up push for December election
As government loses crunch vote on rushed timetable for Withdrawal Agreement Bill, MPs table amendment to stop backsliding on environmental standards
Text of controversial legislation confirms commitments on environment only feature in non-binding Political Declaration, as MPs warn bill paves way for 'no deal' Brexit at end of 2020
Parliament again defers decision on latest Withdrawal Agreement, amidst warnings Boris Johnson's deal is 'high risk' for the environment
Without environmental standards enshrined within Withdrawal Agreement, green experts fear Boris Johnson's new Brexit deal leaves the door open for a deregulatory blitz
Amidst yesterday's latest round of Brexit chaos and division there was an unexpected but hugely important silver lining to be found
Breaking: Brexit deal announced, reports suggest 'level playing field' on green rules could be maintained
Boris Johnson declares deal will allow UK to 'move on to other priorities like the cost of living, the NHS, violent crime and our environment', but questions remain over whether agreement can secure Parliamentary majority
Ben Caldecott of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme argues Brexit provides an opportunity to build 'the world's first ever net zero aligned emissions trading scheme'
The government is preparing to publish its long-awaited Environment Bill - and its contents will be crucial to post-Brexit green governance
The long-awaited Environment Bill is expected to set out details of UK's post-Brexit green regulatory regime - and sources expect a 'thundering big bill'
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'
There is a lot of fear new trade deals could undermine UK environmental protection, but as the CBI's Rain Newton-Smith argues, there are also significant opportunities to drive climate action
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
Prime Minister's plan would end commitment to level playing field with EU on environmental standards, sparking serious concerns among green campaigners
With both Brexit and the net zero transition, the government has a clear goal and no clarity on how it intends to deliver
Quarterly Brexit Risk Tracker from Greener UK group concludes environmental standards 'under greatest threat since start of Brexit process'
Regardless of the political chaos, the government must be clear on its legislative agenda for a green Brexit, argues Green Alliance's Ruth Chambers
Parliament set to reconvene tomorrow following shock ruling that prorogation was unlawful, opening door for the revival of key green bills
Troubled Brexit negotiations could result in weakening green standards and reduction in Europe's diplomatic influence on climate action, new study warns