French IT giant unveils new raft of emissions reduction targets after joining Business Ambition for 1.5C coalition last week.
Logitech announces it is to work with a number of third parties to verify and validate carbon calculations, with the first wave of labels to feature on its gaming product range
Consumer goods giant confirms new target to achieve net zero across its value chain by 2039 and deliver a deforestation-free supply chain by 2023
Packaging company confirmed today that it will set science-based emissions reduction targets for activities across its value chain as it works to reach net zero operations by 2030.
Evian's vice-president of brand Shweta Harit talks to BusinessGreen about the French water company's sustainability ambitions, in particular a pledge to use 100 per cent recycled bottles by 2025.
NatWest has tweaked a tool that provides guidance to staff on how to shrink their carbon footprint, as government faces warning it may have to change carbon reporting guidelines to account for huge increase in home-working
Amsterdam-based company, which intends to reduce its carbon emissions by 30 per cent by 2025, has vowed to encourage other technology companies to operate more sustainability.
A new Greenpeace report notes that Microsoft, Amazon and Google are undermining their public carbon commitments through by providing services that allow oil and gas firms extract fossil fuels from the earth.
Planet Tracker argues failure to disclose food loss and waste-related supply chain emissions exposes investors to heightened financial risk
Amid growing corporate interest, Hugh Jones of the Carbon Trust considers the history and future for product carbon footprinting
New findings from WWF and University of Leeds argue that the UK must develop carbon policies that take both territorial and offshore carbon emissions into account.
Microsoft has pledged to protect more than 11,000 acres of land by 2025, through a range of measures that include land acquisition, national park creation, and backing community- or Indigenous-led conservation efforts.
'Unintended consequences': Road to net-zero must harmonise different climate priorities, warns Nature Capital Committee
New report from independent advisory committee warns the government must approach net zero carbon target carefully, with joined-up policy interventions that do not inadvertently lead to higher emissions
2019 Sustainability Report confirms oil giant is making progress with a raft of low carbon initiatives, but concerns remain over incremental pace of decarbonisation
Poll of 500 large UK businesses indicates only a third measure the climate impact and energy consumption of staff IT use
Companies need to work out how to report their climate exposure or risk regulators stepping in, argues Verisk Maplecroft's Will Nichols
Conventional fiscal thinking needs to be turned on its head to implement a fairer, more effective approach to net zero, according to the authors of a new report
Investor group representing £7.7tr under management calls for listed firms to report on climate risks, as leading analyst warns of on-going TCFD reporting gap
The UK's statutory 2050 net zero target should provide the basis for imminent updates to its Paris Agreement pledges, argues Labour's Alan Whitehead, despite what Ministers may suggest to the contrary
Members of the commission, which was assembled by the Zero Carbon Campaign, have been drawn from political, scientific, academic and climate policy backgrounds
Accountants will play a key role in reshaping economic policy and market mechanisms for the net zero transition, sector bodies argue
Dutch brewing giant released join financial and sustainability report as it sets sights on developing new 2030 Science Based Targets for CO2
Accounting giant to both reduce and offset its carbon emissions as part of plans to 'drive long-term, sustainable growth'
A-List: Which companies are the world's climate action leaders? And why are they so commercially successful?
Non-profit CDP has completed its annual assessment of 8,000 of the climate disclosure and transparency of the world's largest companies - and they stand out in more ways than one