Global real estate investor says it is "repositioning its business" to meet its new decarbonisation goals, which include reducing 'corporate emissions' to net zero by 2030 and carbon neutrality across its portfolio twenty years later
Select committee delivers damning assessment of government's "lack of leadership" when it comes to managing England's water supply, warning that public awareness campaigns and better oversight over companies water leakage performance is needed
NHS Sustainability Day campaign launches annual impact report as work continues by expert panel commissioned by NHS England to investigate into how and when the health service can meet net zero
The coronavirus crisis has not slowed the growing momentum behind the net zero building trend
EA2025 strategy vows to strengthen UK climate resilience and enhance natural habitats in pursuit of net zero goals, as Flood Re warns flood mitigation efforts must continue to evolve
Personal care giant confirms science based emissions target and vows to cut forest and water footprints by 50 per cent
Freuds CEO Dr Arlo Brady reflects on new research that suggests the coronavirus crisis has sparked a new era of public engagement with the many challenges the world faces
New rating system will allow investors to manage climate risk by highlighting the temperature pathways of their portfolios
Insurance giant's annual climate report warns the companies it invests in could lose over 10 per cent of their revenues by 2030 under a 1.5C scenario
World Benchmarking Alliance argues that just three of the world's largest and most influential utilities - Ørsted, EDP and Enel - are on track to meet Paris Agreement-aligned climate goals
Sky Sport's Steve Smith explains why the new albert Sports Consortium represents such an encouraging step forward for the sector's environmental ambitions
New Sports Consortium to help broadcasters share green best practices, as sports industry strives to curb environmental impacts
How can businesses stand out in the run up to COP26 in Glasgow next year? Peter Browning of Browning Environmental Communications offers his thoughts
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Governor Andrew Bailey reiterates central bank's 'strong commitment' to net zero as he seeks to fend off criticism from green groups
Shell and BP are writing down assets while a raft of US fracking firms are entering bankruptcy protection – change is coming to the fossil fuel industry faster than anyone expected
Bosses at BT, OVO Energy, Shell, Anglian Water, and many others have joined the line-up for the world's first Net Zero Festival
In a string of new measures unveiled yesterday, the bank has tightened its rules on providing finance to companies invested in coal, giving European firms until 2021 to align their coal strategies with a 2030 exit date.
Prioritising green homes, tree planting, and charge points could help tackle mounting job losses, according to new reports from IPPR and REA
Company strengthens 2050 environmental vision with pledge to work with suppliers to slash emissions
Initiative coordinated by the British Retail Consortium will see supermarkets, food chains, pharmacies and booksellers work together to develop decarbonisation strategy for retail industry ahead of the COP26 climate conference.
Collaboration between the two influential think tanks will see Carbon Tracker's industry-leading utilities and oil and gas insights accessible to more markets through 2DII's PACTA tool.
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