RenewableUK’s latest EnergyPulse market intelligence data report shows that the global pipeline of offshore wind projects has almost doubled over the past twelve months, from 429 gigawatts of capacity a year ago to 846GW today.
The Government has responded positively to the Environmental Audit Committee’s report on carbon border adjustment mechanisms (CBAMs), committing to consult on proposals around implementing a domestic CBAM to address carbon leakage.
Channeling more capital towards the low carbon transition, meeting new regulatory requirements of green taxonomies and capturing green thematic investment opportunities requires better and more granular data on the green economy.
Race to Zero has published refined criteria that all campaign members must meet. The implementation of this criteria will be managed by the Partner initiatives who join the campaign through a rigorous application process, reviewed by an independent Expert Peer Review Group.
CCC warns of major failures in delivery programmes towards the achievement of the UK’s climate goals
As the UK prepares for a winter of extraordinary fuel bills, the Government has recommitted to Net Zero. The urgency of moving away from fossil fuels, securing energy supplies and cutting carbon emissions has never been clearer, but a new Progress Report by the independent Climate Change Committee (CCC) finds major failures in delivery programmes towards the achievement of the UK’s climate goals.
In June 2022, P&G announced a strategy to help build a water positive future that includes restoring water in 18 water-stressed areas around the world for people and nature, responding to water challenges through innovation and partnerships, and reducing water in our operations.
UK headquartered ESG data provider, BigTXN will be joining the FinTech delegation visit to Hong Kong, organised by UK Department for International Trade (UK DIT) and InvestHK, Hong Kong Government’s inward investment promotional agency.
Global energy investment is set to increase by 8% in 2022 to reach USD 2.4 trillion, with the anticipated rise coming mainly in clean energy, according to a new report by the International Energy Agency.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced that London’s Tube network is moving a step closer to being powered entirely by renewable source electricity, which will help to meet his target of the capital reaching net-zero carbon by 2030.
Manifest Climate, a leading climate technology solutions provider, highlights why climate goes beyond ESG and how the TCFD can be applied to both.
By collaborating with World Central Kitchen (WCK), Nestlé will help feed hungry people in communities that have been stricken by extreme weather events related to the climate crisis.
Unilever is partnering with San Diego-based biotechnology specialists Geno to jointly invest $120 million (€114 million) in a new venture to commercialise plant-based alternatives to feedstocks like palm oil and fossil fuels that are used to make cleansers for home care, beauty and personal care products.
As pressure on investors to decarbonize their portfolios continues to mount, the importance of Scope 1 and 2 carbon intensity will only increase.
New research by ReLondon, in collaboration with Valpak, reveals the potential economic growth and job prosperity possible over the next decade, if London’s businesses, policymakers and communities work together to adopt a circular economy and achieve the targets outlined in the Mayor’s Environment Strategy.
The Food Foundation had responded to the Government’s new Food Strategy White Paper.
Royal Mail has launched an ambitious new environment plan, which includes a long-term target to reduce its average carbon emissions per parcel it delivers in the UK from 205gCO2e today to 50gCO2e. That’s about the same carbon emissions as making a cup of tea with milk.
The UK government has received two awards from the Climate Bonds Initiative, celebrating its work as a global leader in green finance.
Manifest Climate, a leading climate technology solutions provider, explains how the draft ISSB standards have the potential to become the baseline for corporate reporting around the world.
Three Cambridge engineers, Dr Cyrille Dunant, Dr Pippa Horton and Professor Julian Allwood, have filed a patent and been awarded new research funding for their invention of the world’s first emissions-free route to recycle Portland cement.
Virgin Money has launched a new £200m fund to support farmers in their transition to net zero, by offering lower cost loans that can be used to invest in changes which reduce on-farm emissions.