Greenpeace slams 'reckless' move to return to the Arctic, as oil giant announces plan to cut back investment by $15bn
Shell has once again put itself on a collision course with green groups after today confirming that it plans to start drilling in the Arctic this summer, subject to securing the correct permits. The...
Some firms are shutting up shop, others are offering the chance to go on strike, and some have decided climate action starts in the office - Here's your low-down on how firms around the world are handling the climate strike
Veteran naturalist and broadcaster to become the public face of wide-ranging Treasury review to assess the economic impacts of biodiversity globally
Study by energy giant suggests cost and energy savings across public sector that would result from installing solar panels, LED lighting, and low carbon heating measures would run to £5.6bn over 15 years
The challenge presented by the Covering Climate Now campaign should not be the sole concern of the media, other businesses have a role to play in improving climate coverage too