Bosses of some of the world's largest businesses call on US government to reconsider climate stance - and all the rest of this week's global green business news
Inside the complex world of decarbonising e-commerce shipping
BNEF's latest electric vehicle forecast spells out a far more bullish future for electric trucks, and signposts a dire future for petroleum by 2040
As the Prime Minister confirms her departure is approaching, Green Alliance's Paul McNamee asks if an environmental legacy can be secured
An 'enormous distraction' or an essential step in an energy revolution? The jury's out on Labour's plans, writes Madeleine Cuff
Total cumulative emissions are what really matter, argues Friends of the Earth's Mike Childs
The CCC says both shipping and aviation should reach net zero emissions by 2050, but trade bodies are arguing their emissions should be regulated at a global level
The shift to green power represents a huge structural shift and potentially has a major impact on investment decisions, argues Liontrust's Mike Appleby
Energy and sustainability manager Karen Jamison on single-use plastics, cream cakes, and the challenge of creating sustainable offices
Steep decline in coal-fired electricity generation means no need for new coal mines, campaigners claim
The resolution, which BP has agreed to back, signals increasing investor pressure on firms to act on climate change
Surge in public concern over climate change and spike in electric vehicle sales, but fossil fuel investment remains a headache
Forum for the Future's Will Dawson argues aiming for net by mid-century brings with it too great a risk of temperature goals being breached
Could SDG7 provide a spring board for both full decarbonisation and the achievement of all 17 SDGs?
A flurry of stories this weekend suggest policymakers are starting to think about what a net zero economy will require, but are businesses ready for the controversial decisions that await?
CBI chief claims EVs could catalyse 21st century economy, but warns more guidance is still needed from government to realise the technology's transformational potential
The loss of coral reefs will bring with it huge economic impacts, warns Michael Beck of the University of California, Santa Cruz
Fair Trade has gone from strength to strength, but could it now provide a new sustainable model for doing business?
Cambridge University has created a research unit dedicated to exploring radical approaches for repairing the Earth's climate, but concerns over geo-engineering remain
From bonds to ocean mining to plastics cleanup, more companies dipping their toes into the waters of ocean stewardship
From green Cathedrals to A-list climate spoofs, BusinessGreen brings you this week's green business headlines from around the world
University of Manchester's Joe Blakey and Marc Hudson make the case for a net zero target that falls well before 2050
Boss of multi-billion pound brand, which holds a stake in Virgin Atlantic, reflects on how corporates should respond to consumer outcry over climate change
Ofgem's Targeted Charging Review will favour gas power over new renewables, according to new research from Aurora