Asset managers should be taking a more active role towards developing credible net zero strategies in the run up to COP26, a new paper argues
Consulting giant snaps up leading climate-focused advisors as it moves to beef up its climate risk and net zero transition expertise
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Taking action to deal with water shortages and pollution will cost $55bn, just a fraction of the cost of failing to act, CDP estimates
COP26 finance advisor is under fire for claiming his investment firm Brookfield is 'net zero' despite its billions of investments in fossil fuels
With the government already under fire for its handling of the cladding scandal, MPs on the Public Accounts Committee have today warned Ministers must enhance the UK's approach to flood protection and risk management in preparation for escalating climate...
Financial think tank Carbon Tracker has urged the government to take its "foot off the gas" when planning future energy supply
'Survive and thrive': Over 600 top businesses launch new network in bid to bolster climate resilience
A new group bringing together businesses with revenues totaling over $3tr and around 10 million employees has pledged to work to build resilience to the climate crisis and other potential economic shocks
Indonesia experienced the lowest deforestation rates in 20 years, the figures from Chain Reaction Research reveal
Hiro Mizuno, Sony Kapoor, and Catherine Howarth form part of stellar line up for the first net Zero Festival event of the year
As BlackRock calls for full CO2 footprint disclosure, is investor pressure starting to take its toll on polluters?
World's biggest asset manager urges firms to set rigorous decarbonisation goals or risk being voted against at board meetings as it sets out shareholder expectations for 2021
World’s largest proxy advising firm has updated its guidelines for fund managers to vote against board members who fail to account for climate risk
The move to bring together many of the world's top investors in support of the net zero transition has quickly emerged as a 'gold standard' for how to drive climate action, but how did it come about and what will it do next?
Seven commodities continue to fuel the destruction of the world's forests - how can they be stopped?
A new analysis by WRI has calculated the precise role of seven major agricultural commodities in driving global tree cover loss, but what can be done to turn back the tide?
Latest report from the House of Commons Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee warns the UK's current strategy to combat air pollution needs to be beefed up
UK flood defence plans once again called into question, as Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) committee calls for clear targets and long-term budget for resilience
Blistering heatwaves and devastating flood events are set to take an ever greater toll on the UK's mental and physical health, according to the Climate Coalition
Inaugural Net Zero Finance event to take place on 16th March, as part of year-long Net Zero Festival
Investors managing portfolios worth trillions of dollars are now backing net zero ahead of COP26 - could 2021 prove a transformative year for financial markets?
The debates over the Dasgupta Review are understandable, but it could provide the foundations for a much needed overhaul of our understanding of both economics and the natural world
From ditching GDP as a measure of economic wealth to enhancing environmental education: BusinessGreen has rounded up all the recommendations of the Dasgupta Review of the Economics of Biodiversity