Seaweed, cactus and lentils: How Knorr and other food brands are shifting to more sustainable ingredients
A growing number food firms are seeking to diversify the ingredients they use in their products to help build a more sustainable, climate resilient food system, according to the Future 50 Food initiative
The PM sought to position himself as a climate champion to launch COP26 – but many including new foe Claire O'Neill doubt his sincerity
BusinessGreen rounds up the crucial green questions and issues which will need resolving before the UK exits the EU at the end of 2020
Dominance of environmental threats in this year's Global Risks Report suggests financial world is finally starting to grasp the urgency of the climate crisis
Drawn up by 350 industry stakeholders, the EV Energy Taskforce has unveiled is long-awaited proposals for rolling out a consumer-friendly charging network
Ethical veganism is now considered a protected belief in English law, so how vegan-friendly is your workplace?
Tighter CO2 regulations, tax incentives, and market pressures could provide a launchpad for rapid EV sales over the next decade, according to experts
PART TWO: The next ten years are set to be decisive in the fight against climate change - here are the key trends that will shape the global green economy
PART ONE: The next ten years are set to be decisive in the fight against climate change - here are the key trends that will shape the global green economy
'Little evidence of joined up thinking': How firms are missing out on the benefits of the UN sustainability agenda
Firms are failing to place the SDGs at the core of their strategies, despite sizeable benefits for addressing risk and innovation, PwC analysis suggests
This year's summit may not have delivered as much progress as sought, but there are still reasons for businesses to feel upbeat about the past fortnight
After his landslide victory, Boris Johnson declared his ambition to make his country 'the cleanest, greenest on Earth'. Here's what he needs to do to prove it, writes Rebecca Willis of Lancaster University
Who's in and who's out following the historic Conservative victory
It is arguably the final big piece of the Paris Agreement puzzle, but Article 6 remains hugely contentious and could have a huge impact on both businesses and climate action
Not got time to read every line of the European Green Deal? BusinessGreen has you covered
Greta Thunberg, Paul Polman, Antonio Guterres, and numerous corporates are all crying out for government leadership - but will their calls be answered?
As summit gets underway, UN chief Antonio Guterres issues climate warning to nations as top US Democrat Pelosi offers 'iron-clad' optimism
Parties may all now agree UK must hit net zero emissions by mid-century, but disagree on how to get there. BusinessGreen reports from last night's debate hosted by the Aldersgate Group, where party representatives thrashed it out
As parties prepare to tout their climate credentials in a live TV debate, new research suggests hitting net zero before 2030 would cost £200bn a year
Tory party promises to ramp up offshore wind capacity and roll out a comprehensive fast-charging network, but skirts demands for radical 'climate emergency' programme
Labour today unveiled its most radical policy platform in decades - but can it catalyse green investors and businesses to drive the net zero transition?
The Party is promising to pump 'emergency' spending into energy efficiency, renewables, electric cars and public transport to drive carbon reduction
The Green Party is promising to invest more than any of its rivals in tackling climate change - here's what you need to know
Was it climate fears, widespread opposition, earthquakes or incompetent PR which eventually sounded the death knell for shale gas?