Study argues retirement of carbon allowances and formation of new management body critical to restore carbon market’s credibility
The European Union's plans for reform its emissions trading scheme (ETS) will fail to deliver the desired increase in carbon prices unless they are accompanied by more drastic action. That is the stark...
The next wave in auto tech could have big implications — both good and bad — for the environment
Europe's climate leadership can help to kick-start clean energy innovation, finds i24c initiative
"Where there's muck there's brass" claims water sector regulator, as it calls for greater innovation in sludge-to-energy to cut carbon, reduce bills and boost sector resilience
Australian bank says its Climate Bond issuance commanded a strong response from investors