Carbon market faces months of uncertainty after controversial court decision sets precedent that could see six other countries raise their emission caps
The price of carbon in the EU emissions trading scheme (ETS) slipped more than 2.5 per cent to €13.35 (£12.21) yesterday, after a European court overturned European Commission caps on the amount of carbon...
But annual update from World Business Council for Sustainable Development warns governments and regulators are still not doing enough to standardised green reporting
New Carbon Brief analysis reveals in third quarter of 2019 renewables generate more electricity than oil, gas and coal
Introducing mandatory climate risk disclosure for businesses and investors is an essential part of achieving net zero emissions argues Nick Molho, executive director of the Aldersgate Group
Speaking at pre-COP talks in Costa Rica UK Climate Minister Lord Duncan urges other countries to step up their climate commitments