The government's response to the shelving of three major new nuclear projects suggests a re-think is underway, but does it go far enough?
TechUK's Susanne Baker argues the business case for a more robust and ambitious Environment Bill is hugely compelling
Switch off the news and start worrying about the big picture problems, writes Madeleine Cuff
Charles Secrett reflects on the epic challenges and opportunities facing an economy in desperate need of a comprehensive green revamp
Bob Keefe of Environmental Entrepreneurs argues the new US Congress needs to wake up fast to the economic crunch that awaits as climate impacts escalate
British farming subsidies should focus on funding organic and regenerative farming systems, argues Green MEP Molly Scott Cato
Madeleine Cuff's first Business Talk column of the year considers how quickly consumer sentiment can change on green issues
Fiji's Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama writes exclusively for BusinessGreen on the role businesses can play in the international effort to tackle climate change
Meeting SDG2 is about more than just ramping up food production, says the Soil Association's Sarah Compson
The concept may remain controversial, but, argues AECOM's Joseph Franklin, the government's new net gain proposals could help boost UK biodiversity
UK GBC's John Alker takes the microscope to the latest trends in green housebuilding
But that's before you think about Brexit, laments Green Alliance's Shaun Spiers
In a world darkened by distrust and dysfunction, the prismatic hues of big business shined through
We need to be careful the reusable revolution brings true environmental benefit, warns Bunzl's Joanna Gilroy
COP24 hammered home the fact that time is running out, argues Gareth Redmond-King - is it time to think more seriously about workable loss and damage policies?
David Smith of the Energy Networks Association on the need for smarter power
The Waste and Resources Strategy is suitably ambitious, but how can it deliver on its bold vision? Hubbub's Trewin Restorick has some pointers
RenewableUK's Luke Clark reflects on a record-breaking year for the offshore wind industry
All eyes are on COP24, but Juliet Davenport argues it is the latest OPEC meeting that could provide the bigger boost for clean technologies
Thijs van de Graaf and Michael Bradshaw argue a critical component of the 'just transition' is being ignored
Professor Nick Cowern warns the even the IPCC 1.5C report may be over-optimistic - and businesses and governments need to respond to the 'climate emergency'
Tom Butler CEO of the International Council on Mining and Metals explains why the sector is keen to see carbon pricing schemes expanded - and fast
Tom Chivers reflects on new polling that suggests the average American consumer is concerned about climate change, whatever President Trump says to the contrary - and corporate leaders are responding
WRI's Kevin Moss argues plastics were once seen as nature's friend, but attitudes have changed and business models must change too