Report commissioned by the European Commission argues higher renewables targets would unlock billions of Euros of investment in Europe's economy through to 2030
Impact of floods, droughts and heatwaves on European cities will be worse than previously feared, say scientists
Analysis by cap hpi suggests at present some EV models can be sold after a year of ownership for more money than originally purchased
Environment Secretary sets out further detail on post-Brexit plans for the UK farming sector, promising stronger voice for Defra in Whitehall
Swiss firm claims 'historic' deals mark the first time a company has been commissioned to permanently remove CO2 from the atmosphere
Masdar confirms flagship floating turbine project off the coast of Scotland has been operating at 65 per cent capacity
Analysts cite recently-agreed reforms to EU Emissions Trading Scheme as a major driver behind recent carbon price surge, but can the cost of polluting keep rising?
Government pledges to retain EU timber rules post-Brexit, but will Boris sign up to Green Brexit vision?
Confederation of Timber Industries welcomes Defra support for EU timber regulations, but is the Foreign Secretary signed up to such high levels of regulatory convergence?
Stanford University analysis of practices for sourcing sustainable materials shows most companies deal with only a few materials within a small portion of their supply chains
Do we have a capacity problem, or a flexibility problem, on the UK grid?
Latest quarterly data confirms continued strong performance for UK renewables sector, as clean power generation in the US keeps growing
Official estimates credit ongoing decline in coal power for sharp cut in UK greenhouse gases in 2016, although transport emissions continue to rise
Power plant announces closure after gas and demand response projects squeeze coal's role in latest capacity auction
Energy UK trade group urges continued membership of EU ETS and the internal energy market, in order to deliver Irish cross-border energy trade and close cooperation on climate policy
Yesterday's gathering of more than 450 investors in New York saw major announcements on climate finance
As London prepares to break its annual legal limit for air pollution for 2018 within a month, the UK and others are facing growing pressure from Brussels to clean up their air
Think tank Sandbag's analysis shows EU on right path to decarbonise power sector, but challenges remain - particularly on efficiency and in Eastern Europe
Government seeks to reassure businesses of continued alignment with environmental rules during transition period, as Lords slam 'flawed' withdrawal bill and energy trade risks
Major corporates marked out as leaders as action to cut supply chain emissions doubles in just 12 months - but suppliers' own supply chains aren't yet embracing the trend
New report from PwC calls on government and industry to work together on EV roll out or risk technical 'pinch points' putting the brakes on the sector
'Northern Smart Powerhouse': Could an £83m project put the region at the 'forefront of low carbon revolution'?
Northern Powergrid has unveiled wide-ranging plans to deliver a smarter and cleaner grid across the north of England
Experts believe Cornwall may hold significant deposits of the valuable mineral, which is in increasing demand globally for use in batteries for electric vehicles and energy storage
President's protectionist levy widely criticised as both pointless and damaging to US manufacturing, but could the tariffs soon be struck down by the WTO?
Scottish government issues challenge to Michael Gove: 'Let's work together to fast-track plastic waste crackdown'
Inspired by popularity of hashtag #naystrawatall, Scottish government is investigating whether it can impose a national ban on plastic straws