12 cities have made a pledge to divest from fossil fuel companies as part of their commitment to accelerating a green and just recovery from COVID-19.
Banking giant announces commitment to providing financing, expertise and leadership to support the transition to a low-carbon world.
Covid-19 has affected every aspect of human life, in every corner of the globe. In addition to trying to assess its economic impact, it has also led us to focus more on fundamental issues: the speed of environmental deterioration and the lack of progress in reducing discrimination and inequality.
Overseas Development Institute (ODI) cautions that unless emissions from plastic production fall, global Greenhouse Gases (GHG) will not slow down.
The flagship report ‘CCUS in Clean Energy Transitions’ was published by the autonomous intergovernmental organisation and argues for the need to invest more in CCUS in order to achieve net zero.
Tesco is working with the WWF to halve the environmental impact of its food production.
The relationship between race and climate change is too often ignored.
Research conducted by the UK energy networks through the EIC has resulted in a pioneering Innovator and Industry Charter, which aims to significantly strengthen engagement between the global innovation community and the UK energy networks.
The upheavals of recent months — from the COVID-19 pandemic and Black Lives Matters protests, to the current wildfires out West — have put a renewed and intensive spotlight on corporate citizenship and responsibility for environmental, social and governance (ESG) action.
The Wildlife Trusts launch 30 by 30, a public appeal to raise £30m to start putting nature into recovery across at least 30 percent of land and sea by 2030.
Octopus Energy has announced the acquisition of Silicon Valley-based startup Evolve Energy in a move that will shake up the US energy market.
Airbus reveals new concept for the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft.
For investors and policymakers, effectively addressing climate change poses particular challenges—not the least of which is the long time-lag between actions and outcomes. The inertia in the climate system means that greenhouse gases emitted today will warm the planet for decades to come.
oneworld member airlines have committed to net zero carbon emission by 2050, becoming the first global airline alliance to strive for carbon neutrality.
International consultancy firm announces its commitment to achieve net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2030.
A new report from Energy Transitions Commission highlights the actions needed by 2030 to achieve a zero carbon economy by mid-century.
Investors and policymakers face a common challenge: How can green business activities be systematically identified, categorized, and measured across diverse sectors, supply chains and asset classes to mobilize investment at scale?
AccountAbility has identified the following practices exemplified by industry leaders to serve as good guideposts for companies grappling with GHG management expectations and related business requirements.
Over 150 European businesses, investors and business networks are calling on EU leaders to back the ambition set out in the European Green Deal.
Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai has revealed that the company has eliminated its entire carbon legacy.