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.
By the end of the decade, Mercedes-Benz has announced plans to go all electric, where market conditions allow.
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.
Construction leaders have agreed clear targets for the industry to unite behind in its mission to drive carbon out of the sector.
As more investors align their portfolios with the goals of the Paris Agreement, many of the world’s most carbon-intensive companies are setting GHG emissions objectives. But what does it mean for a company to transition to the low carbon economy?
The government has provided its most comprehensive plan yet for fully decarbonising transport by 2050 and plans to end sale of all combustion vehicles as part of drive to cut net CO2 emissions to zero.
Amsterdam start-up SQUAD Mobility has unveiled the world's first Solar City Car which will be available in 2022.
LeasePlan and Arrival have announced they have signed a new partnership to bring revolutionary electric vans to European cities.
In this Q&A, Faith Ward, chief responsible investment officer at Brunel Pension Partnership, tells FTSE Russell’s Aled Jones how Brunel is integrating climate change risk into its investment policy.
'Urgent policy action needed'; UN publishes first draft of global agreement aimed at addressing the nature crisis
The world's largest investor BlackRock has secured more than $250m from global investors and governments to support clean energy uptake and climate infrastructure across countries in Asia, Latin America and Africa.
Asset owners, including Europe’s largest public sector pension fund ABP, have committed to net zero emission portfolios by 2050 or sooner.
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.
Retailers H&M Group, Ingka Group (IKEA), Kingfisher plc and Walmart have launched a new climate retail campaign.
As capital floods into sustainable finance products and strategies, companies are finding themselves assessed by investors against a whole range of novel performance indicators.
Business leaders call on EU for effective and coherent leadership on climate and net zero transition
In an open letter to Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and further key EU policymakers, CLG Europe members and business network partners, are calling on the EU to seize this opportunity and demonstrate leadership in the run up to the COP26 summit.