A new OECD report weights up the pros and cons of a host of carbon pricing options, from cap and trade systems to flat fuel taxes
'No shortage of investors': Zouk Capital raises £80m in second close of Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund
The government has matched a £40m investment anchored by the Church Comissioners for England, bringing the fund's total deployable capital to £150m.
The Wildlife Trusts and Green Alliance among groups warning aid package not enough to protect the struggling sector amid urgent climate and environmental crises
BusinessGreen rounds up all the reaction to Rishi Sunak's tax and spending plans from green businesses, politicians, think tanks and academics
Research by Greener Journey's argues an additional five million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions having been generated since the fuel duty freeze first took place in 2011
The Treasury should set in stone a new fiscal rule for an annually-increasing carbon price in the UK, argues SSE chief executive Alistair Phillips-Davies
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
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is reportedly preparing series of new environmental tax moves in next month's Budget, as Westminster and Brussels draw red lines that are set to spark a major stand-off over green rules
Javid's shock resignation from the Treasury comes just a month before the Budget, which had been expected to feature a host of green tax and spending announcements
The Times reports Treasury is considering new energy efficiency funding programme, including potential incentives for households that undertake green upgrades
Business and environmental groups again warn that move away from EU standards could harm UK environment and green industry progress
Treasury promises review of Air Passenger Duty will keep in mind the UK's net zero emission climate change commitments
Green groups warn any move to reduce the cost of air passenger duty would be 'unacceptable and completely reckless'
Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom promises to do 'everything possible to tackle global climate change' as she hails opportunities of green aviation and industry
As government formally launches review of the cost of meeting UK's net zero target, employers' body steps up call for bolder decarbonisation strategy
Advice for the sixth carbon budget - which will be the first to follow net zero pathway - scheduled for September 2020
Buses and broadband: Chancellor's green infrastructure push set to be overshadowed by road-building blitz
Sajid Javid is set to build on flurry of net zero announcements, but critics argue government's new policies do not go far enough
Chancellor Sajid Javid announces extra funding for Defra and £30m net zero money for BEIS, among a number of green spending plans
All the reaction from across the green economy on the government's public spending plans
Exchequer Secretary Simon Clarke's speech on the new 'Economics of Biodiversity' report - in full
Secretary to the Treasury Simon Clark eyes plans to build a 'sustainable economy in harmony with nature'
Hopes for a net zero-focused Spending Review that boosts the green economy are receding, as business groups warn 'every day that goes by without clarity means more misguided investments and unseized opportunities'
Clarke will serve as Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury and Goldsmith will work across Defra and DFID as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State
George Eustice returns to Defra alongside Therese Coffey, as allies of Boris Johnson are rewarded with key posts at Transport and Housing