New study reckons environmental damage carried out during 2008 resulted in financial costs equivalent to 11 per cent of GDP
Global environmental damage resulting from human activity resulted in an economic cost of $6.6tn (£4.2tn) during 2008, equivalent to 11 per cent of global GDP, and is set to cost $28tn a year by 2050....
New analysis reveals targets covering air pollution, water quality, recycling, tree planting, renewable energy and biodiversity are all on track to be missed in the coming years
Eliminating black plastic from own-brand goods should result in 4,000 tones of plastic becoming easier to recycle, the firm said
F1's first sustainability strategy aims to cut emissions across its cars, on-track activity, and associated events
BNP Paribas reveals air filters fitted at Marylebone station are delivering encouraging results