Decisions made over the coming weeks and months will define the UK for generations - the government must choose higher green standards, stronger protections and global leadership, argues Greener UK's Benjamin Halfpenny
A UK-EU trade deal hangs in the balance as diplomats battle to resolve the irresolvable conundrum created by the UK's desire to maintain access to the world's largest market without abiding by its rules
The government insists its plans are on track, but with just weeks to go before the UK leaves the EU farming subsidy regime, campaigners and farmers alike are 'hugely concerned' about the lack of clarity over what comes next
Department for Transport publishes responses to consultations on how to regulate emissions standards for cars, vans, and lorries from January
Farmers, opposition MPs and environmental campaigners accuse government of broken promises after failing to back UK food and environmental standards in farming legislation
Dr Ben Caldecott argues the row currently raging between Treasury and BEIS over whether to introduce a new carbon tax or UK emissions trading scheme presents a false choice
Reports may have suggested that the UK and EU have reached agreement on incorporating the Paris Agreement into any trade deal, but with just 12 weeks to go until the Brexit transition period ends huge uncertainties and risks remain for the green economy...
From XR protests and trade board appointments to Brexit brinkmanship and transport funding, the government's triangulation on green issues points to a high stakes autumn