You are currently accessing Business Green via your Enterprise account.
If you already have an account please use the link below to sign in.
If you have any problems with your access or would like to request an individual access account please contact our customer service team.
Phone: +44 (0) 1858 438800
Email: [email protected]
Cecilia Keating is features editor at BusinessGreen, providing news, features and analysis for the site.
Prior to joining the BusinessGreen team in March 2020, Cecilia reported on municipal and provincial politics, clean energy, environment and mining for a number of outlets in Canada and the UK, including Solar Media, Canada's National Observer, Ricochet Media, Mining Magazine and CIM Magazine. She has scripted and researched podcasts for Harper’s Bazaar and The Globe and Mail, and worked for several years as an arts and books publicist.
She studied journalism at Concordia University in Montreal and English literature at the University of Bristol.
Propposed levy set to extend beyond oil and gas firms and include a tax on the earnings of electricity generators benefitting from soaring prices, according to government insiders
Company claims to be first truck maker in the world to swap out vehicle parts made from traditional steel for zero emission steel
US Energy Secretary says multi-billion-dollar investment programme in DAC will position US as a 'net zero leader'
The 100-year old Saltend Chemicals Park is gearing up to become a test ground for hydrogen and carbon capture industrial decarbonisation technologies - BusinessGreen visits the UK's ground zero for net zero
The influential Science-Based Targets initiative sets out how it will ensure corporate climate targets that have swept the global economy start bending down the emissions curve
Environmental laws and government strategy and policy have 'not yet proved successful' in slowing down, halting or reversing biodiversity decline, new regulatory body warns
Green Alliance makes the case for government to back power-to-liquid fuel as part of its plans to decarbonise flying in the short- to medium-term
Energy body predicts another bumper year for renewables this year, but warns policies introduced in next six months will determine whether momentum can be maintained beyond 2022
Reports indicate Chancellor Rishi Sunak has not entirely ruled out windfall tax, as pressure mounts on government to offer more help for households struggling with soaring energy bills
May Ministerial Meeting in Copenhagen seeks to build momentum ahead of this autumn’s COP27 Climate Summit in Egypt