It has been a week of turmoil in Westminster, but where do recent events leave a UK clean energy policy landscape that was already in flux?
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Greg Clark's speech in response to the Helm Review on the cost of energy - in full
Green MEP Molly Scott Cato praises EU's legislative progress on decarbonisation, but warns mass civil disobedience may still be necessary
EXCLUSIVE: How the organic tea company plans to cut emissions 'from crop to cup' and become an 'A* green business'
UK climate watchdog sets out blueprint to drive decarbonisation, protect habitats, boost food production and build more housing after Brexit
The Brexit negotiations are reaching their first major crunch point, and for the green economy there are no good, safe options available
Sam Fankhauser of the LSE Grantham Research Institute believes net zero will require global political will, private sector ingenuity and a huge surge of investment
Investments in the world's fastest growing cities face the biggest risk from climate change, according to analysis by Verisk Maplecroft
Peak coal, electric vehicle take-off and green power growth - everything you need to know from the International Energy Agency's annual bumper report
Green lawyers claim plans to convert Selby coal units to gas power risk locking in high carbon infrastructure that could undermine UK's climate commitments
There's money to be made from draughty homes, says Richard Miller of Miller-Klein Associates
ScottishPower's Keith Anderson responds to suggestions its green power transition has been misleadingly reported
Was Clearcast right to ban Iceland's advert highlighting the impacts of palm oil? The answer is complicated - and political
Green Alliance's Ruth Chambers has five key questions for 'green Brexit' policymakers
Lloyds Bank's head of responsible business lifts the lid on his work to make banking greener
Eradicating poverty may seem like one of the most daunting tasks set by the Sustainable Development Goals, but with these pointers from the experts businesses can help lead the way
BusinessGreen brings you this week's green economy headlines from around the world
When biodiversity is threatened it's not just the animals at risk, warns WWF's Gareth Redmond-King
New Inenco report highlights how business energy costs are facing upward pressure once again - savvy firms need to respond
Official survey confirms fall in public backing for fracking after summer of bitter protests
Good Energy's Juliet Davenport wants more clarity over green energy tariffs
With reports of commodity-driven deforestation accelerating, sustainability in countries like Brazil and Indonesia needs a regional approach similar to that enjoyed by gourmet brands like Champagne
Record clean energy results one day, plummeting investment the next - what's behind the contrasting performance of the renewables sector?