Craig Mackenzie argues that fears of a "carbon bubble" have been badly inflated
A group of investors and NGOs have recently written to the Bank of England and the European Central Bank about the possible systemic risks associated with investors' heavy exposure to carbon intensive...
Although efficient ships save shipowners money on fuel, they do not attract green premiums or preferential contracts, research suggests
Scientists have used Google’s quantum computer to simulate a molecule for the first time – the first step towards unlocking a future powered by vitamin batteries and liquid solar fuels
Drinks giant is the only Fortune 500 company to return as much water to nature and local communities as it uses for its products
Rubbish from this weekend’s Notting Hill Carnival in London is expected to generate 97,200 kWh of electricity