BusinessGreen rounds up the top green headlines from government's latest slew of fiscal and policy announcements
Hit by a devastating pandemic and ongoing uncertainty over the UK's relationship with the EU, Boris Johnson's £12bn plan for a green industrial revolution now takes on monumental economic importance
How corporates are tackling the 'elephant in the room'
From the UK and EU to China and Japan, even those major economies that are committed to net zero emissions remain far from delivering the green recovery measures required to rapidly accelerate decarbonisation efforts
Whoever wins the 2020 election will steer the world's biggest economy through the start of a critical decade for green business
VIDEO: McKinsey & Company's Alastair Hamilton shares insights from the management consulting giant's work on physical climate risk, and what companies can do to address these risks
'The future isn't something that just happens to us': Why 2021 marks a crucial crossroads for sustainability
Business leaders, investors and policymakers have a narrow 6-18 month window to set a path to net zero or a breakdown of the planet's biosphere, according to Forum to the Future
VIDEO: Vicki Cooke co-founder of BritainThinks, shares some key insights on the public mood six months since lockdown measures were imposed in the UK
Reports may have suggested that the UK and EU have reached agreement on incorporating the Paris Agreement into any trade deal, but with just 12 weeks to go until the Brexit transition period ends huge uncertainties and risks remain for the green economy...
More than 100 members of the UK public have carefully considered how best to reach net zero by 2050 – and the results are fascinating
Current regulation and risk disclosure efforts are insufficient for tackling the varying and complex risks posed by nature loss and climate change, UCL research argues
As the pandemic exposes risk in meat supply chains, investors and retailers are turning in droves to alternative proteins, research suggests
National Grid's Future Energy Scenarios analysis paints a compelling picture of the potential for an energy system replete with hydrogen, CCS and millions of EVs
The Committee on Climate Change has today set out its detailed green recovery recommendations – here is BusinessGreen's need-to-know guide
'A heatwave coupled with a second wave of Covid-19 infections would put enormous strain on our already overburdened doctors, nurses and other key workers'
Unprecedented low demand for power coupled with high renewables generation offers both headaches – and lessons – for the energy transition
What does the coronavirus crisis mean for delivering net zero policy and a successful COP26?
The oil giant is aiming to fundamentally reshape its business over the next 30 years - BusinessGreen highlights the top talking points
All the reaction from politicians, green business, academia, NGOs and think tanks on the momentous decision to postpone this year's critical UN climate change summit
Royal Society study author argues people 'should be as appalled' by badly managed soils as deforestation
Energy Networks Association and National Grid reveal plans to harness green and flexible energy technologies through latest innovation strategies
Number of coal plants under development dropped in 2019, yet new capacity still grew and the impact of Covid-19 remains uncertain, study shows
With the pandemic spurring a dramatic drop in economic activity across Europe, electricity, renewables and carbon prices have also plummeted
The UK government has today released a fascinating treasure trove of data revealing how the UK's cabron footprint is shrinking - BusinessGreen reveals the key trends