Kao Data has become the UK’s first data centre operator to fuel all their back-up generators with HVO (hydrotreated vegetable oil) fuel in place of traditional diesel.
The UK Government and Ofgem have announced plans for smart technologies to help consumers cut their bills and boost energy efficiency.
Bright Blue, the independent think tank for liberal conservatism, has published a comprehensive analysis on the UK public’s attitudes surrounding the value of nature, engagement with it and the responsibility of different actors for its protection and enhancement.
Aviva Investors has announced the launch of a new Climate Transition Real Assets Fund.
The UK Government has announced that 8 companies have been shortlisted to receive a share of £15 million to develop first-of-a-kind production plants across the UK that will turn waste into jet fuel.
Cross-party think tank Demos has teamed up with WWF, National Grid, and ScottishPower to ask people across the UK to consider how we should get on track to reach net zero carbon emissions over this decade.
'Urgent policy action needed'; UN publishes first draft of global agreement aimed at addressing the nature crisis
Ahead of COP26 in November, investors managing more than USD 6 trillion in assets have called for a coordinated global price on carbon to reach the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global average temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
A new World Bank report has estimated that the collapse of select ecosystem services provided by nature could result in a decline in global GDP of $2.7 trillion annually by 2030.
From 1 October 2024, Great Britain will no longer use coal to generate electricity, a year earlier than planned.
The Climate Change Committee has released a comprehensive independent assessment which found that action to improve the nation’s resilience is failing to keep pace with the impacts of a warming planet and increasing climate risks facing the UK.
G7 leaders have agreed commitments to halt and reverse biodiversity loss by 2030, and tackle deforestation, marine litter and illegal wildlife trade.
Investors managing $41 trillion in assets urge governments for ambitious climate policy ahead of COP
57 investors managing more than US$41 trillion in assets have released a new joint statement to all world governments urging a global race-to-the-top on climate policy.
On World Ocean Day, the UK solidified its commitment to climate goals by announcing its leadership of an ambitious new 30% by 2030 marine conservation target.
The UK has announced its membership of the Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance (ORRAA).
Tens of thousands of UK homes, businesses and public buildings are one step closer to benefitting from greener, cleaner energy thanks to £44 million of government funding.
Friends of the Earth wins climate case against Shell.
World’s first comprehensive energy roadmap shows government actions to rapidly boost clean energy and reduce fossil fuel use can create millions of jobs, lift economic growth and keep net zero in reach.
The Climate and Environment Ministers of the G7, under UK leadership, have secured historic commitments which will put climate, biodiversity and the environment at the heart of worldwide COVID-19 recovery.
The Industry Transition Summit took place this week on the 25 & 27 May, convening stakeholders from across the industry, policy, technology, regulation and investment spectrums who are committed to transforming the hard to abate sectors.