Fast food giant working with McCain and Prince's Countryside Trust to help farmers improve soil health and boost resilience to climate change and Brexit
'Block Fossils Out' aims to block users from accessing websites and social media accounts belonging to firms which produce or fund coal, gas and oil
Analysis of FTSE 100 companies finds just 16 per cent have realistic decarbonisation strategies in place, yet 45 per cent are targeting net zero emissions
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Hundreds of businesses are now working to deliver net zero emissions, but are their lobbying activities supporting or undermining that goal?
Former Bank of England Governor addresses relaunch of the All Party Parliamentary Group for the Environment, for which Green Alliance is to be secretariat
Interim report on fatal crash warns climate impacts on the rail network are "accelerating faster than our assumptions"
Climate action 100+ writes to CEOs of world's largest greenhouse gas emitting firms urging them to develop net zero-aligned business strategies
Latest CDP report reveals vast majority of top fashion firms are failing to adequately respond to investor concerns over water-related risks across their value chain
Responsible companies are upping their cleaning efforts, but how can they ensure environmental impacts are minimised as coronavirus risks are curbed?
Greenpeace investigation reveals how a loophole is allowing UK firms to export 'banned' hazardous agrochemicals to developing countries
WWF's landmark Living Planet Index warns that nature 'in freefall' due to the impact of humans, with wildlife populations declining nearly 70 per cent in less than 50 years
New analysis suggests three million working days a year are lost to air pollution
Oil and gas industry's bets on petrochemicals growth look increasingly dicey as world turns away from plastics, Carbon Tracker warns
Linux Foundation spearheads new drive to harness AI and open source data to combat climate risk
Government accused of 'missed opportunity' to prevent deaths during recent August heatwave in England and Wales
UN Secretary-General offers starkest criticism yet of the outlook for the coal sector, as he calls on India to end support for fossil fuels
Pension schemes holding more than £1bn of assets will be required to publicly disclose climate risk in their portfolios by 2023 or face penalties
Current regulation and risk disclosure efforts are insufficient for tackling the varying and complex risks posed by nature loss and climate change, UCL research argues
UK-listed clean energy and tech stocks grew by an average of 170 per cent over the past year, the report finds
World's largest mining company to exit thermal coal mining within two years and prioritise 'higher quality coking coal' for steelmaking
BP, Shell and Total have all written down value of their assets by billions in the second quarter of 2020, but Exxon, Equinor and ConocoPhillips failed to report any significant material impairments
The UK needs a far more holistic approach to flood risk and resilience, argue Sara Mehryar, Viktor Roezer and Swenja Surminski from LSE's Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment
EXCLUSIVE: City Hall has today set out a programme of work to help London adapt to a changing climate, focusing on the elderly and young children who are less able to control their environment