'There is no bigger threat facing humanity than climate change. We must lead by example.'
Rebecca Long-Bailey: 'The potential benefits of transitioning to a sustainable economy are enormous and we want to make sure these are shared by everyone'
From banning fracking to multi-billion pound infrastructure investments, Labour is pledging to prioritise climate action - but can it deliver on its bold promises?
Accusation comes only weeks before the UK's first fracking in seven years
Alan Whitehead argues that while everyone was enjoying their August break the government quietly failed to address the costly dysfunction at the heart of the Capacity Market
Scottish Labour proposes stronger long term emissions target and launch of new Just Transition Commission
Shadow Secretary of State for Business and Energy Rebecca Long Bailey says Labour will invest in low carbon infrastructure and new green technology across every UK region
Labour's Alan Whitehead argues the government's consultation on the Feed-in Tariff scheme and support for solar proves it: there is one rule for renewables and another for non-renewables
Heathrow expansion plans do not meet Labour's tests on climate change, air pollution and noise, but Party calls for free vote on issue in Parliament next week
Britain's oldest onshore wind turbines will soon be 20 years old - the government should ensure they are repowered rather than dismantled, argues Labour's Alan Whitehead
Labour's Alex Sobel suggests a course of action that might help policymakers and biomass power firms see the wood for the trees
Following the publication of Labour's new domestic energy efficiency strategy, Alan Whitehead takes aim at the scandalous loophole that will allow landlords to keep renting the coldest and most inefficient homes
Shadow Business Secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey outlines fresh policy to save households £1bn a year on energy bills
EXCLUSIVE: Labour's Barry Gardiner attacks government over Clean Growth Strategy's failure to meet either current emissions targets or mooted net zero goal
There's much more to do before the government can claim to be a climate leader, warns Labour's Barry Gardiner
Labour's Alan Whitehead warns the government's latest energy market reforms fail to do enough to protect credible green operators from 'bargain basement' rivals
FT reports that Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has given his backing to ambitious plans to deliver £1.5bn tidal barrage project in the Mersey River
Party seeks farming subsidy regime redesign as it launches raft of policy proposals aimed at boosting animal welfare standards across meat production chain
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?
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
Plan to transfer REACH legislation into UK law is unworkable, warns Labour MP Kerry McCarthy
Labour's Alan Whitehead argues the CCC's politely worded warnings about the weaknesses in UK climate policy demands an urgent and ambitious response from government
The chair of the Environmental Audit Committee joins us at The Thomas Cubbit to talk cycling, Brexit, and polar bear testicles
Shadow Climate Change Minister slams government's decision to freeze future clean power funding