A decade on from the collapse of Lehman Brothers, campaigners are again calling on the government to boost the economy through a 'Green New Deal'
Projections that decarbonisation could give the global economy a $26tr boost might sound far-fetched, but a humble bin lorry proves they are anything but
The UK's energy sector is transforming fast, but as a series of studies highlight this week a crucial new wave of policy decisions is awaiting the government
James Heappey MP argues it is time for the clean energy industry to turn up the volume as it seeks to showcase its disruptive potential - and he's keen to help
But delivering on green trade will still require close co-operation with the EU post-Brexit, argues Green Alliance's Bente Klein
The ability of the green economy to grow at nearly treble the rate of the wider economy is both good news, and massively disappointing
Bulletin from the Office of National Statistics confirms UK low carbon and renewable energy economy grew five per cent in 2016, outpacing the 1.8 per cent growth of the wider economy
Prime Minister launches 25 Year Plan for Nature, declaring 'our goal is a healthy and beautiful natural environment that we can all enjoy and be proud to pass on to the next generation'
From Brexit and Trump to electric vehicles and climate reporting, BusinessGreen looks at the issues that will impact businesses over the next 12 months
James Murray reviews a year in which terrifying climate impacts wrestled with heartening green business breakthroughs
James Murray's speech to the National Sustainable Schools Conference
It has been a decade of dramatic and disruptive transformation for the clean energy sector, but can it now build on its impressive momentum
It's been an eventful decade for BusinessGreen, and if anything the coming years promise to be even more exciting
The government is facing calls to embrace a 'no deal' Brexit, but what would such a scenario mean for green businesses?
The government's Clean Growth Strategy is very encouraging for the green economy; the context in which it has to be delivered is much less so
E3G's Ed Matthew heralds the start of a new era in UK climate action
All the reaction from green business, politicians, campaigners and experts on the new UK emissions reduction plan
The upcoming emissions reduction plan needs to be fit for purpose, but it also needs to provide a strategic vision for the UK's post-Brexit economy
Leeds-based company embarks on recruitment drive as it forges ahead with construction of 515 climate-friendly timber-framed homes in city
Stephen Hall and Jeffrey Hardy explore the sweeping economic benefits that could come with continued decarbonisation
Shadow Chancellor promises to back clean technologies, reasserts nationalisation plans, and vows Tories will face 'political battle of their lives' if they try to water down EU environmental protections
Can you be a climate optimist if you are pessimistic about climate change?
The shockingly impressive cost reductions achieved by the offshore industry should send shock waves far beyond the energy sector
Peter Dickson of Glennmont Partners argues the renewables industry is now standing on its own two feet - and that makes it 'the only game in town' for energy investors