Research found for every additional woman appointed to a corporate board, firm reduces chances of being sued for environmental violations by 1.5 per cent
Companies with a more balanced number of men and women in leadership roles tend to be more mindful of protecting the environmental and less likely to be sued for environmental violations, a study has found....
Insurance giant confirms it will divest from major coal producers without accredited climate plans by the end of next year
'Promises are not enough': Campaigners urge Prime Minister to enshrine 2030 nature protection goal into law
Stanley Johnson among group of high profile campaigners calling for government to set a legally-binding nature protection target ahead of pivotal COP15 UN nature talks
The Budget is a prime opportunity to bring some much-needed certainty and direction that can underpin the journey to net zero, writes ECIU's Dr Jonathan Marshall
Tie-ups look set to become a leading trend as oil and gas companies scramble for a piece of the zero carbon pie