Report commissioned by the European Commission argues higher renewables targets would unlock billions of Euros of investment in Europe's economy through to 2030
Neil Cornelius of Berkeley Research Group explains why pure merchant investment in low carbon power will not deliver UK decarbonisation
Impact of floods, droughts and heatwaves on European cities will be worse than previously feared, say scientists
Analysis by cap hpi suggests at present some EV models can be sold after a year of ownership for more money than originally purchased
Environment Secretary sets out further detail on post-Brexit plans for the UK farming sector, promising stronger voice for Defra in Whitehall
Comparing last year's Outlook to the latest one reveals crucial shifts in BP's expectations for green technologies
Businesses should not underestimate the scale and pace of imminent disruption from electric, autonomous vehicles, warns Jamie Arbib, co-founder of think tank RethinkX
Swiss firm claims 'historic' deals mark the first time a company has been commissioned to permanently remove CO2 from the atmosphere
Could the renewables boom create new resource superpowers? Andrew Barron investigates
ClientEarth's Tatiana Luján warns the EU's current proposals don't go far enough to rid the continent of harmful plastic pollution
Thousands of UK commercial landlords could be at risk from MEES energy efficiency rules - and they don't even know it
New data suggests even those buildings with a compliant 'E' rating may actually be in breach of new legislation entering into force in April
Masdar confirms flagship floating turbine project off the coast of Scotland has been operating at 65 per cent capacity
The experiments involve everything from replacement tires to temporary apartments
EXCLUSIVE: Could BT's new contract clause change the game for supplier agreements?
Italian brand's chairman, Andrea Illy, talks to BusinessGreen about why climate adaptation is such an urgent concern for the industry
Analysts cite recently-agreed reforms to EU Emissions Trading Scheme as a major driver behind recent carbon price surge, but can the cost of polluting keep rising?
Measuring natural capital is a key step towards sustainable consumption, argues Global Canopy's Sarah Lake
Major new analysis from OECD finds energy taxes around the world are far too low to deliver environmental benefits or deep emissions cuts
Government pledges to retain EU timber rules post-Brexit, but will Boris sign up to Green Brexit vision?
Confederation of Timber Industries welcomes Defra support for EU timber regulations, but is the Foreign Secretary signed up to such high levels of regulatory convergence?
David Powell of the New Economics Foundation explains how opposition to fracking is only heading in one direction - and a tipping point for the frackers could soon be reached
From record-breaking European wind energy installations to France's ambitions to become tidal energy leader, BusinessGreen rounds up the need-to-know green energy news
The head of sustainability at the property giant joins us at the SkyGarden's Fenchurch Restaurant to talk fuel cells, skyscrapers, and the catalysing impact of the Paris Agreement
The actions of businesses, from sports clubs to supermarkets, should inspire optimism for tackling climate change, says WWF's Gareth Redmond-King
Transport Minister Jo Johnson's speech to the Knowledge Quarter conference - in full