It is technically and financially possible to decarbonise heavy industry and transport around the world by 2060, Energy Transitions Commission concludes
Lord Deben says council action to tackle climate risks 'gives me real hope'
Spain will aim to run on 100 per cent renewable electricity by 2050
Campaign group says it is 'relieved' the government is leaving the door open to strengthening fourth and fifth carbon budgets
EU-backed Mission Innovation consortia launches new programme to identify 100 large scale investment opportunities that are compatible with a 1.5C goal
Letter from campaign group Plan B seeks clarification on rationale behind the government's decision to keep medium term carbon targets 'out of the scope' of CCC's net zero target review
EU Parliament calls on Member States to step up ambition on climate change ahead of upcoming UN COP24 summit in Poland
Labour's Alan Whitehead says it remains unclear why the new review of the UK's long term climate goals should exclude existing carbon budgets
UK Green Building Council launches Advancing Net Zero programme to eliminate emissions from buildings, as BNP Paribas and E.ON debut green mortgage offer
Telecoms giant responds to IPCC's clarion call with new, more ambitious decarbonisation target
As Green Great Britain Week launches the governments will today formally ask climate watchdog to assess whether UK should set a date for achieving net zero emissions
New survey reveals 85 per cent of Brits think making the UK 'carbon neutral' should be a policy priority, so why do politicians remain wary of deep decarbonisation policies?
The IPCC report is bleak in the extreme with glimmers of hope - that leaves no alternative for green businesses but to keep on keeping on
Today's long-awaited report from the world's top climate scientists contained some stark warnings about the future of the planet - we look at businesses should respond
All the key green business implications - risks, targets and opportunities - from the IPCC's seminal report on keeping temperature increases within 1.5C
'The next few years are probably the most important in our history'
CEO of the Committee on Climate Change ponders 1.5C targets, Whitehall governance, and how capitalism can operate in a zero carbon future
UK, Canada, Denmark and Spain join Carbon Neutrality Coalition, pledging to develop net zero emissions plans
The UK can and must do more to maintain its position as a climate leader, argues Bright Blue's Wilf Lytton
BEIS announces fresh funding for developing countries to help tackle climate change, as UK backs global net zero emission initiative
Hitting net zero carbon emissions by 2050 is feasible but needs radical action across Europe's economy, new study concludes
Jeremy Corbyn's vision for a net zero emission economy and green jobs blitz was refreshingly ambitious, but big questions remain
Rich countries must scale up efforts to cut carbon emissions, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development tells world leaders in New York
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'