The brewing industry is among the nine critical sectors identified in a report published today by UNEP and the Natural Capital Finance Alliance that highlights need for banks, investors and insurers to set firm targets to reduce biodiversity loss.
Major new report from IPPR warns the UK is 'acutely vulnerable' to escalating environmental breakdown
The Arctic is sweltering and emissions are climbing again, but the technologies we need to avert catastrophe exist, we just need to deploy them
Former Labour MP and now chair of Lexington's Responsible Business Practice Mary Creagh explains why all businesses should confront the risks posed by climate change
Move from the world's largest asset manager delivers a warning shot to other boardrooms dithering on climate action.
Central bank publishes first ever climate risk assessment revealing non-gilt holdings aligned with whopping 3.5C global warming scenario
Could the coronavirus crisis change the way we design green buildings?
'Climate emergency': Insurers urged to step away from oil and gas projects in wake of coronavirus crisis
Letter sent to the world's biggest insurers from the Insure Our Future campaign urges sector to respond to the disruption to oil and gas markets caused by the pandemic by advancing fossil fuel phase out policies
Briefing warns central banks' activities in the wake of coronavirus risk slowing transition to a net zero economy, highlighting how just five of 170 central banking and supervisory crisis response policy instruments and adjustments 'explicitly' take sustainability...
'Clock is ticking': Analysts warn that following BP decision, oil sector should brace for more write-downs
Carbon Tracker analysis details how four European oil majors have now taken hits to their asset valuation as net zero transition gathers pace
Sudden shifts in investor perception could threaten markets, IMF warns
Deep dive analysis of European funds from Morningstar reveals 'investing in sustainable funds doesn't require taking a performance trade-off'
'Supporting stranding': UK Export Finance accused of funding oil projects in defiance of Paris Agreement goals
New analysis from Carbon Tracker warns UK government financing for upstream oil and gas projects in Brazil and Ghana is 'failing the Paris test'
The coronavirus crisis has provided vertical farming operations with an opportunity to demonstrate their resilience in the face of external shocks
Report from ShareAction finds that none of the world's 75 largest asset managers have a dedicated biodiversity policy, while many are still underplaying climate risks
CDP beefs up non-disclosure campaign as investors publicly call on leading businesses to respond to their requests for climate-related information
Investors warn that the animal protein industry must urgently reduce routine antibiotic use to stop antibiotic-resistant superbugs from causing a future pandemic.
'A heatwave coupled with a second wave of Covid-19 infections would put enormous strain on our already overburdened doctors, nurses and other key workers'
Government-backed Natural Environment Impact Fund to support four projects that will explore how private investment can be harnessed to enhance nature
Around a third of investors, including the world's largest asset manager, vote for changes to oil giant's governance to help drive bolder climate action
University claims its plan, which promises to end all investments in fossil fuel companies by 2022 and fully decarbonise its investments by 2038, goes 'further than other fossil fuel divestment programmes'
Wide-ranging report warns UK's 'robust historic resilience' under threat from climate change and growing risk of unanticipated shocks
Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change offers members detailed advice on how to integrate climate risks and opportunities into investment processes
With airlines looking at an annus horribilis in 2020, planes could follow coal plants as Europe's next stranded asset, writes Vlerick Business School's Professor David Veredas