Vodafone and Centrica have announced the signing of a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) with MYTILINEOS S.A for the output from three solar farms under construction in England, with a total capacity of 110MW.
Clara-Pensions, the member-first consolidator for defined benefit pension schemes announced a commitment to ensure its investment portfolio has net zero emissions by 2050.
A new report from Moody's ESG solutions finds sustainable bond issuance will be flat in 2022 amid market headwinds.
Tesco and WWF have launched a new accelerator programme which pairs pioneering start-ups with Tesco suppliers to fast-track sustainability innovation in the supply chain which can cut the environmental impact of food and support UK food security.
The Department for Enterprise is making steps to reduce the carbon footprint of this year’s Isle of Man TT Races with the recent appointment of strategic partner, Pozitive Group.
Threatened species will benefit from funding from the UK Government to tackle invasive species and strengthen climate change mitigation.
A special report on the state of the global energy transition, released by the World Economic Forum indicates that urgent action is required by both private and public sectors to ensure a resilient transition as the world faces the most severe energy crisis since the 1970s.
HySupply 2 competition winners to receive government funding for innovation in hydrogen supply.
Read the new blog from Kao Data on pushing the boundaries of data centre sustainability.
A group of 12 leading UK pension funds convened by the Church of England Pensions Board, representing £400bn assets under management and working on behalf of over 18 million members, will jointly consider how to support the climate transition in emerging markets.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has made its move on climate risk disclosure. With the launch last month of a consultation on standardising climate-related disclosures by public companies, the US market regulator has set a train in process that will make it easier for investors to understand the risks and opportunities posed by the transition away from fossil fuels.
The Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA) has revealed the first six start-ups that will be backed by its member companies as part of the first ever Innovandi ‘Open Challenge’ in the race to ‘net zero’ by 2050.
Hydrogen (H2) may be the lightest element in the periodic table, but in the debate over the future of mobility, the potential of this gas as an energy-dense, low-carbon fuel is attracting serious interest.
The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has today published a guide to support the industry to retrofit the UK’s poorly performing commercial buildings.
Public encouraged to make every drop count this summer as national water saving campaign is launched
UK water companies have joined forces again to launch Water’s Worth Saving, a national campaign encouraging the public to make every drop count this summer.
New Traceability Panel invests over £1million in supply chain innovations.
The UK Government has announced a new project with BEIS and BRE to improve and modernise the methodology used to measure the energy and environmental performance of UK homes.
As part of the UN’s climate action efforts, the Secretary-General’s Net-Zero Expert Group met for the first time on Wednesday, on a mission to develop stronger and clearer standards for net-zero emissions pledges by non-State entities — such as businesses, investors, cities and regions—and speed up their implementation.
The list of sustainable investment (SI) frameworks guiding portfolio design is long and continues to proliferate. But with each one having different stated aims, scope and criteria, how should fund issuers navigate this complex landscape?
The Department for Education has launched its Sustainability and Climate Change Strategy which includes the launch of a new natural History GCSE.