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)...
Greenpeace, the Green Finance Institute, the UK Green Building Council (UKGBC), and others call on government to set ambitious solar target
National Audit Office calls for long-term, joined-up strategy from the government to ensure every car on the road produces zero emissions by 2050
With the government already under fire for its handling of the cladding scandal, MPs on the Public Accounts Committee have today warned Ministers must enhance the UK's approach to flood protection and risk management in preparation for escalating climate...
'More than affordable': Aviation could offset its way to 'carbon neutrality' with minimal impact on profitability
Analysis from Thrust Carbon urges aviation sector to make up front investments that rapidly scale the carbon offsetting market to the scale needed to cover its emissions