Large emittors in Singapore will be charged S$5 per tonne of carbon dioxide from next year, with further price hikes in the pipeline
Two banks sign agreement to support projects in the European shipping sector, such as low carbon retrofitting of ships or developing new low emissions vessels
Research from $2tr investor group reveals significant shortcomings in how banks are managing climate risk
Climate Bonds Initiative study puts spotlight on growing issuances of green bonds from sub-national public sector across Nordic and Baltic region
Clean 200 companies generated total return of 32 per cent over the last 18 months, compared to 15.7 per cent for fossil fuel benchmark index
Measuring natural capital is a key step towards sustainable consumption, argues Global Canopy's Sarah Lake
Global shift towards plant-based eating set to drive huge market opportunity - but only a few food giants are ready to take advantage
Writing exclusively for BusinessGreen, Carbon Tracker analysts warn ExxonMobil's climate risk assessment is short on crucial detail
The oil major's new energy and carbon report is progress but still lacks clarity, argue Carbon Tracker's Andrew Grant and Robert Schuwerk
After a strong end to 2017, oil majors have some extra cash to play with - the question is, what should they do with it?
China's green bond market continued to expand last year year as the economic powerhouse targets 10-fold growth over next three years
Air Transport Action Group call on more states to embrace voluntary phase of imminent carbon offsetting scheme
Tougher regulations are urgently needed to stop funding for projects which support land grabs, higher carbon emissions or human rights violations, argue charities
The oil giant believes climate change poses 'little risk' to its reserves, but should investors take its conclusions at face value?
University announces it has divested all investments in firms that generate more than five per cent of their revenues from thermal coal or oil and gas from tar sands
Projections expect global green bond issuances to reach an unprecedented $200bn-250bn this year, and new analysis suggests their impact could influence wider investment decisions
Yesterday's gathering of more than 450 investors in New York saw major announcements on climate finance
The ability of the green economy to grow at nearly treble the rate of the wider economy is both good news, and massively disappointing
The end of financial short termism? How EU financial policy overhaul could spur green investment surge
EU's High Level Expert Group report on Sustainable Finance has set out a raft of crucial recommendations to boost green investment - but will they unlock the long term vision the sector needs?
Bulletin from the Office of National Statistics confirms UK low carbon and renewable energy economy grew five per cent in 2016, outpacing the 1.8 per cent growth of the wider economy
EU expert group report to set out raft of recommendations for greening European financial policy to help unlock investments in meeting climate change targets
Ratings agency S&P estimates issuance of green bonds could pass the $200bn mark for the year, up from around $155bn in 2017
PwC's Jon Williams argues that CEO engagement with climate risk is welcome, but it needs to translate into meaningful management action