How will the No. 2 American automaker focus on sustainability amidst restructuring and major transformation?
'Successor arrangements': Renewable heat firms warn Budget represents last chance to avoid market 'cliff edge'
Experts warn UK decarbonisation goals and thousands of jobs at risk unless government provides clarity on future of Renewable Heat Incentive scheme
Water company announces wave of multi-million pound investments to cut emissions, restore habitats, and tackle drought risks
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
From natural capital accounting and nature based solutions to vertical farming and net zero strategies, a suite of policies are emerging to help businesses support SDG15 and protect life on land
Sector says it wants to employ 3,000 apprentices over the next decade, while stepping up efforts to improve workforce diversity
Asset management giant signals it will vote on climate-related shareholder resolution at 7 May AGM
High street banks such as Barclays, HSBC and Standard Chartered are facing growing pressure from activists, shareholders and potentially regulators over their links to to coal and potential stranded asset risk
Jo Gilroy is head of sustainability and environment at Kier Group
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The Loop circular packaging model is fast taking shape, and the company behind it insists conventional retailers still have a huge role to play in its success
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
The Heathrow ruling proves the Paris Agreement has teeth - five years on, the investment signals lit on that night in Paris have become obvious to all
Members of the commission, which was assembled by the Zero Carbon Campaign, have been drawn from political, scientific, academic and climate policy backgrounds
Leading green trade bodies, think tanks, sustainability execs, and corporates throw weight behind inaugural Net Zero Festival
The target covers the decade from 2020-30, when the bulk of emissions reductions are expected to come from the switch to renewable electricity
'We need fifty shades of green': Mark Carney and David Attenborough launch COP26 green private finance drive
COP26 Private Finance Agenda aims 'to ensure every professional financial decision takes climate change into account'
'We will be prepared to part company': Could BP's exit from three major oil and gas trade bodies set a new industry standard?
Decision to quit three US trade bodies stems from differences over carbon pricing policies and methane regulation, as oil giant looks to build on net zero plans
Visual imagery is increasingly influential in shaping consumer perceptions, the research from Getty Images shows
The initial headline-grabbing pledges to phase out single use plastic may have become old news, but the new normal is seeing hundreds of companies quietly advance their plastic reduction strategies
Towards Net Zero Energy event to provide invaluable insights into the net zero energy transition and how leading businesses are responding
Banking giant set to unveil beefed up climate investment policies at annual investor day
Accountants will play a key role in reshaping economic policy and market mechanisms for the net zero transition, sector bodies argue
'The climate crisis is upon us': G20 finance ministers acknowledge climate risk for first time in Trump-era
As the White House bristles at suggestions its climate stance is evolving, everyone from the IMF to JP Morgan are stepping up calls for a bolder global response to the escalating crisis