Large emittors in Singapore will be charged S$5 per tonne of carbon dioxide from next year, with further price hikes in the pipeline
Singapore yesterday revealed plans to introduce a carbon tax that will see large emitters charged for the pollution they release into the atmosphere. The tax rate will start in 2019 at S$5 (US$3.79)...
Amber Rudd and Claire O'Neill have called on the government to take steps boost the number of women participating in the crucial COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow this year
Householders must be shown that alternatives to traditional boilers are cleaner, convenient and comfortable, write IMechE's head of policy Matt Rooney
Borrow to invest: Top economists argue prioritising green investment can unleash a stronger post-Covid recovery
A net zero-focused recovery makes for a stronger recovery, while tightening belts would slow the rebound across the G7, leading economists warn
Schroders' head of European lend Nicholette MacDonald-Brown and fund manager Scott MacLennan explain the three elements at the core of their sustainable investing approach