Abu Dhabi firm to develop wind projects in Egypt and solar in Jordan, as International Solar Alliance eyes $1tr of private investment gloabally
A combination of digitisation, ever faster WiFi, and more advanced self-driving EVs could revolutionise green urban spaces - but how soon will this smart city vision be realised?
Patrick Doherty explains how the BlackRock bosses calls for businesses to explain their purpose could prove transformational
Maria Connolly of law firm TLT explains why new energy efficiency rules for landlords are only heading in one direction
The policy blitz being aimed at plastic waste has barely started, and both the UK and Brussels are driving it
AECOM's Robert Spencer argues a holistic strategy on plastics use is now a business essential
Growing threat of extreme weather, ecosystem degradation, and climate change could cause 'runaway collapse' in complex global systems, experts fear
German renewables giant promises to spend €3.5bn on new renewable capacity over the next three years, with major focus on solar PV rollout
Parts of the business community must up their game in the UK fight against climate change, argues Committee on Climate Change Chair Lord Deben
David Powell argues that just like the late, great Paul Daniels the government is using distraction techniques to divert attention from the trick that is being pulled
Green Alliance's Libby Peake resists the temptation to yell at the Today programme and instead explains how action to protect the environment benefits the economy
The region is keen to move away from oil, but Siemens' outlook report still suggests gas power could remain dominant through to 2035 - are renewables once again being underestimated?
Could the company that drove cars into the mass market do the same for electric vehicles and the emerging 'mobility operating system'
China's green push may be driven by self-interest, but it is likely to have global repercussions, argues Chris G. Pope
'It's not enough': Climate bonds enjoy bumper 2017, but experts warn market needs to keep accelerating
Climate Bonds Initiative confirms global market grew 78 per cent and topped $150bn last year, but there is a long way to go to meet the $1tr goal for the still fledgling sector
Mayor's Office confirms that for the first time in a decade the capital has made it past the first two weeks of January without breaching legal air pollution limits, but major challenges remain
'Turning to renewables for new power generation is not simply an environmentally conscious decision, it is now - overwhelmingly - a smart economic one'
Soft drinks giant is launching several stop-gap sustainability targets as it invests £240m across its three UK factories to boost efficiency and reduce plastic waste
Australians love cooking with gas, but what if you could make your own supply, using leftover food waste? It may be time for more households to embrace home biogas - and stop paying gas bills
Frank Rijsberman of the Global Green Growth Institute takes a sweeping look at the rapid transition to clean energy happening across the globe
Government writes to councils after only five apply for money from electric vehicle infrastructure funding pot, leaving more than £4.5m still available
Geothermal and fuel cells did not get relief, but what's left intact may surprise you
The Green Party's Molly Scott Cato argues the government's new 25 Year Environment Plan singularly fails to address the many damaging policies Theresa May continues to pursue
A fast-changing regulatory landscape is forcing pension professionals to take climate risk more seriously, writes ClientEarth's Joanne Etherton