Green Alliance's Libby Peake and Ruth Chambers reveal how the sweeping use of statutory instruments to prepare for Brexit has already opened the door for a weakening of environmental standards
Future of Urban Mobility Strategy sets out goal for flexible regulatory framework that can boost innovation in last mile deliveries, e-mobility, and integrated transport
The 'double-edged sword' of transparency looms large in Datuk Darrel Webber's job as chief of sustainable palm oil body RSPO - can he deliver progress fast enough to outpace a growing consumer backlash?
Open letter from leading business groups, investors, and trade unions signals support for wave of 'citizen mobilisations' and urges EU to formalise net zero emission strategy
We have too much stuff, and too much consumer detachment. But getting people to see material products as long-term is hard
Climate strikes: Are schoolchildren finally opening politicians' ears to the case for climate action?
A survey shows more than half of the British public support today's school strikes for climate action, while leading government figures have now also given the protests their blessing
The Spring Statement may have been overshadowed by the rolling Brexit crisis, but it could mark a major turning point for the UK's green economy
Experts fear withdrawal of Energy Star label scheme from the EU market will make it trickier for businesses to source energy efficient office equipment
Chancellor Philip Hammond covers aviation emissions, housing, biodiversity, energy efficiency and green gas in UK economic update
BusinessGreen rounds up all the key reaction to the Chancellor's green policy measures announced today
Expert advice to help sustainability executives navigate the challenge of promoting female empowerment
If machine learning is going to be at the heart of the energy system, what goals should it pursue - and who should decide those? Faraday Grid's Matthew Williams investigates
It is hard not to be cynical about the recent wave of political support for climate action, but it is a sign the debate is moving forward
Changes to little-know rules and regulations are threatening progress on emissions reductions, warns Tim Rotheray from the Association for Decentralised Energy
The food and drinks giant's vice president for sustainability on renewable energy, green supply chains and why hypnosis could be the secret to saving the planet
Greener UK says key areas at 'high risk', IEMA warns proposed framework has so many holes it looks 'like a colander', and one of the architects of the Climate Change Act calls for a fundamental re-think
From DRS to quality fears: Where are the main discussion points in Defra's new Waste Strategy consultations?
Hubbub's Trewin Restorick takes the microscope to the government's proposed Resource and Waste Strategy and finds a host of key issues are yet to be resolved
From road pricing to rail freight: Why slashing transport emissions is not as simple as going electric
New Aldersgate Group report warns 'whole system approach' that integrates action on road, rail and public transport will be necessary to cut setcor's carbon impact
From space solar arrays to Mike Bloomberg's latest green campaign, BusinessGreen has all the latest green business news from around the world
RP Siegel runs the rule over the winners of a new US competition seeking to tackle the coffee cup waste mountain
From the world's fastest road car to electric fleet announcements, Nigel Topping of We Mean Business reflects on the growing evidence electric vehicles are moving into the fast lane
Empowering women is a sure-fire way of building climate resilience and cutting emissions - so why is it not on every sustainability manager's radar?
But Europe must step up to ensure strict standards, argues EDF's Baroness Bryony Worthington
Statutory duties and 'good working models': Green Brexit governance takes shape, but big questions remain
Greg Clark sketches out latest green governance thinking, but questions remain over what the UK's environmental policy framework will look like next month