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
Transport Minister Jo Johnson's speech to the Knowledge Quarter conference - in full
The actions of businesses, from sports clubs to supermarkets, should inspire optimism for tackling climate change, says WWF's Gareth Redmond-King
Stanford University analysis of practices for sourcing sustainable materials shows most companies deal with only a few materials within a small portion of their supply chains
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn this weekend proposed to sweep away the UK's 'centralised' energy system and replace it with a greener system shaped by public ownership - but could such a vision ever become a reality?
The oil major's new energy and carbon report is progress but still lacks clarity, argue Carbon Tracker's Andrew Grant and Robert Schuwerk
Tom Zhao, MD of the Chinese battery and electronics giant's solar division, eyes big things on the horizon for solar storage projects, particularly in the UK
Emissions from UK landfill rose five per cent in 2016, with experts attributing the rise to a change in methodology - but should businesses be concerned about the increase in their waste footprint?
The legendary designer says it's time to view the economy from the perspective of how much we can give for all we get
After a strong end to 2017, oil majors have some extra cash to play with - the question is, what should they do with it?
Latest quarterly data confirms continued strong performance for UK renewables sector, as clean power generation in the US keeps growing
Producer responsibility schemes would jump-start the circular economy in the UK, argues Nick Oettinger from The Furniture Recyling Group
Eurostar boss lifts the lid on the firm's new 10-point plan for greener traveling
The underlying crypto-ledger technology holds major promise for the energy industry, argues Policy Exchange's Josh Burke
Extreme weather, coastal erosion, and changing climate is taking its toll on iconic British sports
Forum for the Future report - which claims businesses are "living in nonlinear times" - sets out the risks and opportunities amid climate and technological disruption
Official estimates credit ongoing decline in coal power for sharp cut in UK greenhouse gases in 2016, although transport emissions continue to rise
The oil giant believes climate change poses 'little risk' to its reserves, but should investors take its conclusions at face value?
Bunzl's Joanna Gilroy
Tackling climate change is good for the economy, good for business and good for people. Except when it's not properly managed, says Labour's Alex Sobel
For years the reasons behind Europe's cheaper power prices have been something of a mystery - until now
Projections expect global green bond issuances to reach an unprecedented $200bn-250bn this year, and new analysis suggests their impact could influence wider investment decisions
Power plant announces closure after gas and demand response projects squeeze coal's role in latest capacity auction
Energy UK trade group urges continued membership of EU ETS and the internal energy market, in order to deliver Irish cross-border energy trade and close cooperation on climate policy