If the UK wants to be a global climate leader and finance hub at COP26, a carbon charge should be a core part of its climate strategy, argues Green Finance Institute CEO Rhian-Mari Thomas
Tech giant also touts further carbon removal efforts, $50m innovation investment, an expanded carbon tax, and a new 'sustainability calculator' for customers
Firm to invest in nature-based schemes such as tree planting and mangrove restoration to slash emissions over coming decade
Green campaigners hail 'step in the right direction' as first major US bank commits to disclosing its climate impact
Emissions are expected to rise again as economies restart after Covid-19, but net zero may still be possible with help from the world's forests and soils, explains Beth Burks of S&P Global Ratings
Mobile phone giant also unveils new target to slash emissions from businesses which use its telecoms network and services
New rating system will allow investors to manage climate risk by highlighting the temperature pathways of their portfolios
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
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.
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