London Assembly Conservative group urges greater investment in charging infrastructure to support rapid uptake of electric vehicles in capital
Electric car charging points are being installed across London at an "unsatisfactorily slow rate" which could lead to 'charge rage' disputes as motorists fight over space to power up their vehicles, a...
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VIDEO: Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School chats to BusinessGreen editor in chief James Murray about the outlook for sustainable business
It will be a massive own goal if the UK fails to announce a substantial commitment at the Climate Ambition Summit it is hosting in December, argues ECIU's Dr Alison Doig
The 200 firms in the group's membership - including Shell, Chevron, BASF, Volkswagen, BP, PepsiCo - must comply with rules requiring science-aligned net zero goal for no later than 2050