CDP report shows 530 cities around the world are already reporting impacts from climate change, yet too few are taking action to address the risks they identify
People who criticise the group's lack of ethnic diversity, the lifestyles of its activists, their 'unrealistic' aims, are missing the point, argues WWF UK's Gareth Redmond-King
Beauty brand owned by Unilever promises 100 per cent recycled plastic bottles and new packaging for its iconic soap bar
Cross party backing for fossil fuel divestment of parliamentary pension fund builds ahead of new climate change investment policy from trustees
Fresh ONS assessment of UK carbon impact shows that when imported emissions are taken into account UK emissions peaked in 2007 rather than 1972
New data from King's College London reveals jump in cardiac arrests, strokes, and asthma attacks on high pollution days
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Office for National Statistics estimates value of Britain's natural capital assets, such as mountains, lakes and fish populations
New IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva says climate risk should be 'front and centre' of the financial body's work
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Volans John Elkington reflects on four decades as a green business radical
What if net zero were the default setting for everything we use and make?
Final Leaders Briefing of the year to take place on Tuesday 26th November
Undisclosed sum from luxury goods firm Kering is to fund research into the state of nature
Financial Conduct Authority proposes taking much more active approach in managing green finance market asit looks to drive sustainable investment market and protect consumers from 'greenwash'
US air sensor pioneer is working with governments, businesses, and communities around the world to ensure action to tackle air pollution - and deliver on SDG11 - is properly targeted
Media company says it is stepping up efforts to tackle the climate emergency, both in its journalism and its own organisation
Advertising Standards Authority judges Andrex's claim its wipes are flushable - despite not winning accreditation under Water UK's standard - are 'misleading'
Digitisation across the construction industry could pave way for more circular resource models, proponents say
But annual update from World Business Council for Sustainable Development warns governments and regulators are still not doing enough to standardised green reporting
Can the circular economy close the gap on climate emissions? A new report says it can
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Organisation behind solar powered railways celebrates 10th birthday and announces new name and brand
Bank of England governor warns firms have two years to improve their reporting on climate risk or regulators will impose rules
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