'Farming is going to have to change': NFU President Minette Batters on net zero, changing diets, and Brexit
Net zero can help farmers 'build a better, climate smart business' Batters tells BusinessGreen, but major challenges lie ahead
'Sensible incentives' and 'plumbing reforms': Leading figures mull pathway from Covid-19 crisis to net zero economy
A new essay collection from Bright Blue argues that net zero will not require vast amounts of public spending, due to the momentum delivered to date on decarbonisation in the UK.
As BusinessGreen launches its new Net Zero Leadership Hub in partnership with BT, the need for companies to take a lead in driving climate action has become more important than ever
A truly green recovery will require a joint effort from government, business and society to overcome the challenge of transitioning to a low-carbon economy, says BT's Gabrielle Ginér
Just days after Canada unveiled a loan programme for big businesses that mandates climate disclosures, more than 300 US corporates call on both chambers of US Congress for measures to help the country "build back better"
'We are witnessing the impacts of a disorderly transition': CCC boss Chris Stark on net zero in the wake of Covid-19
Committee on Climate Change CEO discusses infrastructure, airline bailouts, COP26 and making the best of a bad situation
Influential consultancy details how five major shifts will be necessary to steer the global economy on to a sustainable path, and that a laggard approach to the decarbonisation of power and transport now will have direct impact on the levels of reforestation...
There is no going back to the old systems that can only deliver us into the next crisis argues, Eliot Whittington, director of the Corporate Leaders Group
What does the coronavirus crisis mean for delivering net zero policy and a successful COP26?
COP26 President steps up calls for 'clean, inclusive and resilient recovery' that delivers on the goals of the Paris Agreement, as polling reveals huge support for accelerate climate action
Programme will explore how management skills, practices and purpose need to change to tackle environmental and social problems
The boss of this year's BusinessGreen Leaders Awards' Charity Partner reflects on the organisation's role in tackling the twin crises of mental health and climate change
Tory leadership hopeful wants to put climate change at the centre of DfID's work, and says the UK should massively expand its tree planting programme
Research found for every additional woman appointed to a corporate board, firm reduces chances of being sued for environmental violations by 1.5 per cent