Without environmental standards enshrined within Withdrawal Agreement, green experts fear Boris Johnson's new Brexit deal leaves the door open for a deregulatory blitz
All the green business news from around the world this week
New IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva says climate risk should be 'front and centre' of the financial body's work
Meet the Green Radicals: John Elkington on cross-pollination, getting sued, and the 'Exponential Decade'
Volans John Elkington reflects on four decades as a green business radical
What if net zero were the default setting for everything we use and make?
Patrick Hall of Bright Blue argues the government's welcome Environment Bill can afford to take a tougher line on tackling black plastic
Former chief scientific adviser Sir John Beddington on why he has joined Drax's new advisory board
Ben Caldecott of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme argues Brexit provides an opportunity to build 'the world's first ever net zero aligned emissions trading scheme'
Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom says her number one priority is building a pathway to net zero emissions - and has promised a raft of new policies in 2020 to help get there
Financial Conduct Authority proposes taking much more active approach in managing green finance market asit looks to drive sustainable investment market and protect consumers from 'greenwash'
US air sensor pioneer is working with governments, businesses, and communities around the world to ensure action to tackle air pollution - and deliver on SDG11 - is properly targeted
The ADE's Tim Rotheray sounds a note of caution on the rush to embrace hydrogen for home heating
With the long-awaited Energy Whitepaper locked in a holding pattern, two major reports have this called on Ministers to better align energy policy with its net zero goal
Meet the Green Radicals: Extinction Rebellion activist Farhana Yamin talks net zero, emancipation, and why everyone should be an activist
Renowned environmental lawyer and Extinction Rebellion campaigner on the journey from 'upright citizen' to law-breaker and green radical
My speech to the Stronger Stories Clean and Cool Summit - in full
As everyone clammers for a cleaner, better, more efficient transport system Steve Nash, IMI Chief Executive calls for central government to take stock, take control and learn from best practice
Farmers need the right support to survive the impacts of climate change, writes Fairtrade Foundation CEO Michael Gidney
The government is preparing to publish its long-awaited Environment Bill - and its contents will be crucial to post-Brexit green governance
As climate protestors head to The City, growing numbers of investors are flexing their financial muscle to address climate issues
Introducing mandatory climate risk disclosure for businesses and investors is an essential part of achieving net zero emissions argues Nick Molho, executive director of the Aldersgate Group
Can the circular economy close the gap on climate emissions? A new report says it can
BusinessGreen brings you all the low carbon business news from around the world this week
Environment Agency chair Emma Howard Boyd's speech this week to the Aldersgate Group - in full
Madeleine Cuff attempts to clarify the government's net zero plans - and comes away both encouraged and a little confused