A new paper from the International Council on Clean Transportation has found that short-term emission reduction measures proposed by Japan are unlikely to materially reduce greenhouse gas emissions
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) must toughen targets to cut the shipping sector's CO2 emissions at its next round of talks in March, according to new analysis that suggests current proposals...
Climate Assembly UK revealed public appetite for raising ambition to reach net zero, but much can also be learnt from the process itself for future climate policy making, argues Sophie Dicker from the Grantham Research Institute at LSE
Trials of the zero carbon HydroFLEX train kick off today in the Midlands as part of a government-backed project
Top figures from the leading banking group - formerly RBS - join BusinessGreen deputy editor Michael Holder to discuss NatWest's ambition to become a 'climate positive' bank by 2025
UK retailer raises the steaks with major plan to scale up vegan and vegetarian alternatives across its stores over the next five years