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....
Norwegian environmental auditing giant DNV argues more radical climate action is needed across five key strategic areas in a new report published today
New guidance and rating systems aim to help property developers and managers green their buildings, but an analysis warns Spending Review commitments could cover barely a thousandth of the total cost of making UK buildings net zero compatible
As Andrew Warren argues, the high profile re-run election for Georgia's two Senate seats could yet determine the direction of US - and by extension global - climate efforts for years to come
New report finds that the UK has decarbonised its electricity system twice as fast any another major economy