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Major report makes the case for new carbon tax on imported goods and goods, as the Environment Secretary reveals the UK's climate targets could eventually cover carbon embodied in imported goods
As the sustainable finance sector booms, asset managers and owners are under increasing pressure to use their financial clout to steer a greener future
'Economically feasible': New study maps how China could shift from coal to green energy in the 2020s
Green electrification drive over next 10 years critical to the world's largest emitter decarbonising its power grid by mid-century, according to new analysis from Energy Transitions Commission and Rocky Mountain Institute
The pension provider is also aiming to slash the carbon emissions in its default pension funds in half by 2030, covering around £10bn of assets
Huge shortfall in financing for climate adaptation measures means global efforts to tackle the climate crisis are akin to 'going into battle blindfolded with one hand tied behind our backs', UN warns
Water UK becomes first trade body to join as official partner of UN campaign, which aims to rally ambitious corporate climate action ahead of COP26
Labour leader promises climate change and the green economy will be central to Party's plans 'now and at the next election'
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New High Ambition Coalition for Nature and People established in support of '30 by 30' goal, which comes ahead of crucial COP15 biodiversity summit this year
Boris Johnson: 'Tackling climate change must be part of overall agenda to protect the natural world'
The Prime Minister says nations most 'go further' to protect nature, in addition to fighting carbon emissions, in his address to world leaders at the UN-backed One Planet Summit hosted by the French government on Monday
Media giant to work with UK government as latest corporate sponsor for crucial climate summit, as it also unveiled a clutch of new green broadcasting commitments
The Jordans Farm Partnerships provides incentives to farmers to conserve some of their land for nature leading to the creation of more than 4,000 hectares of wildlife habitat in the last five years, according to a new study
Business leaders urge Prime Minister to pursue climate solutions with same urgency as Covid vaccines
Group of leading climate scientists, business figures, and civil society leaders publish open letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson urging the government to beef up response to escalating climate crisis
While clean tech progress narratives dominate, less attention is being given to adaptation, resilience and finance for climate vulnerable countries, writes lawyer and activist Farhana Yamin
Commitment to help protect land and ocean ecosystems that are critical to combating climate change will be announced by Prime Minister at today's One Planet Summit
From net zero strategies to COP26, 2021 promises to be one of the most eventful and important years on record for the green economy
Decision to temporarily lift restrictions of neonicotinoid insecticide on sugar beet crops prompts outcry from public and conservation groups
BREAKING: Kwasi Kwarteng promoted to become Business Secretary, as Sharma to step up his focus on preparations for crucial Glasgow Summit
Much is at stake in 2021 to deliver the much needed framework for the global net zero transition, with all eyes on the UK, USA, China and Covid-19
The real message from the parable of the boy who cried wolf is that there was a wolf
New poll suggests majority of British public think Joe Biden's victory spells good news for the environment
Amidst historic chaos in Washington, the Democrat's Senate victory has provided a major boost to hopes for a new era of global climate action – but can they be realised?