'Green and red together': Labour steps up critique of a government 'asleep at the wheel' of the green recovery
Ed Miliband is to unveil sweeping plans for an electric vehicle revolution, as opposition accuses government of delivering a badly 'underpowered' green industrial strategy
The Green Homes Grant Scheme is not the only policy on page 104 of the recent Energy White Paper in danger of being cut back and watered down, warns Labour's Shadow Energy Minister Alan Whitehead MP
Intervention comes as Labour leader Keir Starmer laments businesses 'waiting for politicians to catch up' on climate action
The government's offshore wind ambitions risk being undermined by poor delivery planning, argues Alan Whitehead - Labour's Shadow Minister for Energy and the Green New Deal
New survey reveals 60 per cent of voters agree UK should strive to be a global leader on climate action, as Labour sets out 'crunch test' for government's COP26 climate diplomacy efforts
Labour leader promises climate change and the green economy will be central to Party's plans 'now and at the next election'
Companies are routinely 'not meeting investor needs' on climate and environmental data in annual reports, Financial Reporting Council warns
Party calls for green jobs blitz, as it launches month-long consultation that seeks views from businesses, industry groups, unions, workers, and campaigners on specific measures that can be taken to kick start a green recovery.
Energy policy veteran Alan Whitehead retains key position, as Matthew Pennycook named Shadow Climate Change Minister
Key architect of the 2008 Climate Change Act returns to frontline politics, as Sir Keir Starmer unveils Labour's new front bench team
The UK's statutory 2050 net zero target should provide the basis for imminent updates to its Paris Agreement pledges, argues Labour's Alan Whitehead, despite what Ministers may suggest to the contrary
If the government is sincere about tackling the climate emergency, it must remove barriers to onshore wind in England, argues Alan Whitehead MP
In her valedictory column as an MEP, the Greens Molly Scott Cato argues that until Labour embraces electoral reform the UK's net zero transition will remain badly underpowered
Shadow Treasury Minister responsible for Sustainable Economics promises to tackle the climate crisis with a 'different kind of party'
Who's in and who's out following the historic Conservative victory
Voters are going to the polls with a mandate for net zero assured, but key decisions on the UK's climate policies and 'Green Brexit' plans hanging in the balance
Sam Unsworth assesses whether Conservative and Labour Parties' manifesto go far enough to deliver net zero transport
Shadow minister admits frequent flier levy may be the 'best available option' to halt growth in aviation emissions
Party pledges to invest £4bn in transforming all 35,000 buses operating in England to run on electricity, while expanding local bus services
Parties may all now agree UK must hit net zero emissions by mid-century, but disagree on how to get there. BusinessGreen reports from last night's debate hosted by the Aldersgate Group, where party representatives thrashed it out
Labour plans to shake up England's system of protected land designations in new plans for nature
Broadcaster invites Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage to join leaders from Labour, Lib Dems, Green Party and the SNP in head-to-head debate
A televised climate debate is democratically essential, but it is not without risks
Labour today unveiled its most radical policy platform in decades - but can it catalyse green investors and businesses to drive the net zero transition?