As carbon prices hit record high, France urges commission to go further in war on carbon fraud
The EU launched the latest phase of its clampdown on fraud in the carbon market yesterday, banning any trade in "recycled" carbon credits. The move is designed to avoid a repeat of last month's scandal...
Shell's Ben van Beurden recently declared the pursuit of a net zero economy was 'the only way to go', but how can the fossil fuel industry overcome the barriers that block the path to deep decarbonisation?
UK capital becomes first to secure official status in a move designed to highlight how urban environments can better support biodiversity and public wellbeing
The UN SDG agenda has a large funding gap which needs filling - Christian Jahn and Susann Tischendorf of the Inclusive Business Action Network (iBAN) set out three solutions
Survey reveals environment is now a top priority for voters, as research shows almost a quarter of consumers are now using plant-based milks