Business Europe and the US Council for International Business are calling for a direct channel to influence the review process for national climate targets
Yesterday's gathering of more than 450 investors in New York saw major announcements on climate finance
Antonio Guterres warns 'climate change is moving faster than we are' in stark message for world leaders
Group of businesses convened by NGO Lonely Whale to collaborate on first-ever commercial-scale ocean plastics supply chain
Nations around the world agree resolution to ban plastic waste entering oceans
US and war-torn Syria set to be the only countries not signed up to the Paris Agreement
League table of major companies will give smaller investors more clarity over firms' social and environmental performance, says sponsor Aviva
The Minimata Convention, which has the backing of 128 countries, commits signatories to a ban on new mercury mines and phasing out use of the metal in products
Letter to UN Secretariat marks the first step of US exit from Paris Agreement, slated for November 2020 unless 'renegotiation' offer proves viable
1,000 millennials from 115 countries set to attend Denmark 'hackathon' event next month aimed at coming up with new solutions to try and meet UN SDGs
Ed King sets the scene for next week's crucial shipping conference, where countries will come face to face to try and thrash out a climate strategy for the sector
Nine of the world's largest fishing companies have agreed to a joint UN pact to stamp out overfishing
The US president has just forced climate action up the global political agenda - expect a new wave of investments and bold policy moves to follow
BREAKING: US President will remove the US from the historic global climate accord according to media reports
António Guterres says exiting landmark accord would threaten US economy and society: 'If someone leaves a void, I guarantee someone will fill it'
UN unveils 2MW solar array at Azraq camp, delivering power to 20,000 Syrian refugees
Annual UN-backed analysis of 2016 renewables trends finds cost of deploying solar and wind power falls more than 10 per cent in one year
Move likely to embarrass British government as UN agency says lack of talks with Europe means it should refrain from further work
But UNFCCC executive secretary Patricia Espinosa affirms climate agenda post-Paris is "unstoppable" whatever the US does next
Good Energy's Juliet Davenport argues the sustainable development goals must be more than a 'box-ticking exercise'
British PM urges USA to work with UN to tackle climate threat
Open letter to Theresa May from HSBC, IKEA, Unilever and others claims SDGS are 'essential for long term prosperity'
Cash prize on offer for governance ideas that can help tackle climate change and other cross-border risks