New research strengthens case for storing wild relatives of potato and apple crops to help humans adapt to climate change
Preserving the wild relatives of some of the world's most popular crops, such as wheat, potato, rice and sugarcane, could be worth up to $196bn (£128bn) to the economy. That is the conclusion of a report...
A fifth of supplier selection criteria will depend on commitments to carbon reduction and circular economy principles alongside diversity, inclusion and health & safety policies, the firm said
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
Negative emissions technologies are critical for the earth’s climate and hitting net zero in the UK, argues Drax CEO Will Gardiner
Strategic partnership will see Microsoft buy renewable energy from oil and gas major, as well as providing Shell with digital tools to help 'drive efficiencies'