The reshuffle makes it clearer than ever that Boris Johnson owns Brexit, the net zero transition, and COP26 - the pressure to deliver on his many promises is only going to intensify
BP's dramatic net zero pledge may lack some key details, but it marks yet another important step forward for global decarbonisation efforts
This week's COP26 launch may have got off to a tempestuous start, but all the elements are there for a genuinely transformative and historic Summit, the Prime Minister just needs to articulate the net zero narrative
Whether you regard the prospect as exciting or terrifying, the UK is embarking on an uncertain journey outside the EU - the consequences for the environment and the green economy, both good and bad, will be considerable
BusinessGreen has been celebrating and highlighting the progress of the green economy for over a decade - but doing so has never been more important
On crying at the climate crisis, the start of a decade of consequences, and the stark difference between ghosts and ancestors
James Murray explains the concept behind the world's first Net Zero Festival - and why all businesses should get involved
Was it really 'a bad night for the climate'?
The one upside to this miserable election has been the clear mandate for the net zero transition, but with all parties promising to bolder climate action who should green business types vote for?
As the EU prepares to strengthen its climate goals, the US demands the term is axed from future trade deals - the UK faces some tough choices post-Brexit
A televised climate debate is democratically essential, but it is not without risks
They are not going to form the next government, but the Green Party manifesto remains a hugely important document
Boris Johnson promises a 'clean energy revolution' and the government deserves plaudits for its track record, but credibility is undermined by a refusal to reckon with the Tories' environmental failures
How can advocates of climate action fight opponents who plumb the depths of moral bankruptcy in order to spark and then weaponise outrage?
The next six weeks promises to deliver the greenest - and the dirtiest - election in British history
Amidst yesterday's latest round of Brexit chaos and division there was an unexpected but hugely important silver lining to be found
My speech to the Stronger Stories Clean and Cool Summit - in full
The Future Homes Standard could be a game-changer for green buildings or it could be a drag on climate action - it is understandable that councils and business leaders are worried
With both Brexit and the net zero transition, the government has a clear goal and no clarity on how it intends to deliver
Greta Thunberg's stinging challenge to world leaders is not just a rhetorical device, it is a genuine question that needs answering
The past week provides an avalanche of evidence that the climate strike movement is working
The challenge presented by the Covering Climate Now campaign should not be the sole concern of the media, other businesses have a role to play in improving climate coverage too
The UK has the honour of hosting one of the most important international meetings in modern history - the government now needs to fully engage with the massive responsibility it has just taken on