Government accused of 'missed opportunity' to prevent deaths during recent August heatwave in England and Wales
The UK needs a far more holistic approach to flood risk and resilience, argue Sara Mehryar, Viktor Roezer and Swenja Surminski from LSE's Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment
New academic report predicts US will suffer loss of political and economic power if it exits the global climate accord in November
Global review of climate litigation highlights increasing instances of activists and governments using courts to force climate action from businesses and governments
Cutting fossil fuel subsidies and putting efficient price on CO2 would raise crucial revenue for Treasury, LSE research paper argues
New LSE study argues Budget should mark the beginning of massive and long-term investment in zero-carbon infrastructure, as reports suggest Treasury is still considering fuel duty hike
Green groups warn any move to reduce the cost of air passenger duty would be 'unacceptable and completely reckless'
Companies are increasingly in the firing line for climate litigation, argues Rebecca Byrnes at LSE's Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment
Extending climate risk disclosure to customers could yield benefits for both insurers and, argue LSE's Swenja Surminski and Sam Unsworth
'The science shows that you're wrong': Will British businesses challenge Trump over their climate fears?
The US President will meet with Theresa May and businesses in the UK this week - but will they really be bold enough to raise their concerns about US climate policy?
What does 'net-zero' mean and what are the challenges - from technological to moral - to achieving it? Josh Burke at LSE's Grantham Research Institute sets out some of the issues
Guide to help investors link worker and social considerations with climate and low carbon investment policies formally launches at COP24
New study suggests Committee on Climate Change's ability to scrutinise government progress on carbon cuts is being hampered by limited budgets
UK academic paper argues cost-benefit analysis remains challenging, but delaying emissions reductions only drives up cost of meeting Paris goals
Study co-authored by Lord Stern argues governments should focus on building public support for strong carbon pricing, rather than limiting themselves to economic arguments
135 UK scientists urge Theresa May to challenge President Trump on climate change when he visits this week, arguing US inaction threatens UK's national security
In the past major economic shifts have created winners and losers - what risks does the low-carbon transition pose?
UN-backed Principles of Responsible Investment will provide a secretariat and report services to the TPI in return for data analysis
Researchers at LSE's Grantham Research Institute argue Climate Change Act 2008 should be strengthened, as Claire Perry hails UK's leadership and confirms plans to 'take forward' green finance reforms
New LSE research suggests endorsement from neighbours is one of the best sales tools for new solar arrays, even among farms and businesses
Coalition of leading investors with over £2tr of assets under management launches new Transition Pathway Initiative