Campaigners express frustration with 'strengthened' Trade and Agriculture Commission unveiled by government to help maintain green standards in trade deals
From Coldplay concerts and green steel deals to Pentagon security warnings and New Zealand green finance rules, BusinessGreen rounds up all the top stories from around the world this week
Citizens are being disencentivised to make green improvements to their homes by a weak consumer protection regime for heat pumps, energy efficiency enhancements, and solar technologies, a new report warns
UN backs green hydrogen as it publishes seven principles designed to guide policymakers' and business leaders' approach to scaling the low carbon fuel
From nuclear and innovation funding to the continuing reluctance to engage with behaviour change, the Net Zero Strategy provided businesses and investors with the clearest insight yet on the government's thinking around how to accelerate the net zero...
VIDEO: Bank of America's president of international Bernard Mensah delivers a partner keynote at BusinessGreen's Net Zero Festival
The Glasgow Climate Summit is unlikely to bring the world into line with the Paris Agreement's goals, but there is growing optimism it can deliver a lot more than 'blah, blah, blah'