Comparing last year's Outlook to the latest one reveals crucial shifts in BP's expectations for green technologies
Thousands of UK commercial landlords could be at risk from MEES energy efficiency rules - and they don't even know it
New data suggests even those buildings with a compliant 'E' rating may actually be in breach of new legislation entering into force in April
EXCLUSIVE: Could BT's new contract clause change the game for supplier agreements?
Major new analysis from OECD finds energy taxes around the world are far too low to deliver environmental benefits or deep emissions cuts
From record-breaking European wind energy installations to France's ambitions to become tidal energy leader, BusinessGreen rounds up the need-to-know green energy news
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn this weekend proposed to sweep away the UK's 'centralised' energy system and replace it with a greener system shaped by public ownership - but could such a vision ever become a reality?
Emissions from UK landfill rose five per cent in 2016, with experts attributing the rise to a change in methodology - but should businesses be concerned about the increase in their waste footprint?
Extreme weather, coastal erosion, and changing climate is taking its toll on iconic British sports
Forum for the Future report - which claims businesses are "living in nonlinear times" - sets out the risks and opportunities amid climate and technological disruption
The oil giant believes climate change poses 'little risk' to its reserves, but should investors take its conclusions at face value?
For years the reasons behind Europe's cheaper power prices have been something of a mystery - until now
Projections expect global green bond issuances to reach an unprecedented $200bn-250bn this year, and new analysis suggests their impact could influence wider investment decisions
Latest report from ONS underscores rise of clean power and growing efficiency of UK economy
The ability of the green economy to grow at nearly treble the rate of the wider economy is both good news, and massively disappointing
The end of financial short termism? How EU financial policy overhaul could spur green investment surge
EU's High Level Expert Group report on Sustainable Finance has set out a raft of crucial recommendations to boost green investment - but will they unlock the long term vision the sector needs?
As TfL installs new rapid chargers for London's electric black cabs, Green Tomato Cars co-founder Jonny Goldstone wants a similar solution for the city's private hire fleet
Amid recent planning rejections for gas testing in England and questions over fracking firms' financial stability, green campaigners believe the tide is turning in their favour
BusinessGreen brings you the sustainable business highlights from the annual Davos Summit
Global economic elite urged by World Economic Forum to consider alternative metric, prioritising living standards and sustainability
A combination of digitisation, ever faster WiFi, and more advanced self-driving EVs could revolutionise green urban spaces - but how soon will this smart city vision be realised?
Parts of the business community must up their game in the UK fight against climate change, argues Committee on Climate Change Chair Lord Deben
The region is keen to move away from oil, but Siemens' outlook report still suggests gas power could remain dominant through to 2035 - are renewables once again being underestimated?
'It's not enough': Climate bonds enjoy bumper 2017, but experts warn market needs to keep accelerating
Climate Bonds Initiative confirms global market grew 78 per cent and topped $150bn last year, but there is a long way to go to meet the $1tr goal for the still fledgling sector
'Turning to renewables for new power generation is not simply an environmentally conscious decision, it is now - overwhelmingly - a smart economic one'