Auto trade bodies call for 'some adjustment to timing' of EU CO2 standards, as White House seeks to weaken fuel efficiency rules in US
Europe's car industry body is pushing the European Commission to delay introduction of stricter carbon dioxide standards for new vehicles, claiming the Covid-19 pandemic limits its ability to comply with...
Falling out of fashion: How growing environmental concerns could jeapordise the future of the fast fashion sector
New UBS analysis warns consumption of fast fashion items is likely to decline by up to 30 per cent over the coming decade as consumers increasingly embrace more sustainable fashion choices
New Decarbonisation Investment Partnership to be backed by an initial $600m, with a view to raising billions of dollars for late stage venture capital deals
Most people want a persuasive 'carrot rather than stick' policy approach to encourage greener diets, explains Climate Assembly UK expert lead Dr Lorraine Whitmarsh from the University of Bath
Wartsilla publishes scorecard ranking the electricity sector carbon reductions of the 10 largest European economies since the first spate of Covid lockdowns