Carbon War Room's Maurice Meehan argues that slow progress on green shipping policy means operators need to step up with their own efficiency plans
The shipping industry is in a quandary. It sits outside of the Paris Agreement and is regulated globally by its own UN governing body, the International Maritime Organisation (IMO). With mounting pressure...
'Inevitable': Study warns basic climate policies could knock trillions of dollars off corporate valuations
New research warns 'inevitable' climate policies will destroy valuations for companies that fail to adapt, while creating huge opportunities for green trailblazers
US firm has inked deals with supplier for German retailer Edeka and Denmark's Salling Group to coat fresh produce with edible peel, keeping it fresh for longer
BusinessGreen talks to Apeel Sciences founder James Rogers about how his company's technology could slash waste and boost biodiversity across the global food system
Investor research group urges more corporates to push suppliers to deliver cost effective emissions reduction