Health costs incurred as a result of air pollution are collectively higher in London than any other city in Europe, according to study that quantifies how much money European city dwellers spend due to particulate matter, NO2, and ozone
The average London resident spends roughly €1,294 a year on various health costs incurred due to air pollution, coughing up marginally more money due to toxic air than the average European city resident,...
Green tech specialists selected by BT through its innovation programme aim to help UK councils decarbonise the operations
The voluntary carbon market can offer the scale, demand, market infrastructure and technologies to deliver for the climate, argues SustainCERT CEO Marion Verles
WWF calls on government to set legally-binding target to eradicate both legal and illegal deforestation from UK supply chains
'No issue ranks higher than climate change': BlackRock CEO presses firms to pursue net zero emissions
Larry Fink, CEO of world's largest asset manager, urges firms to publicly disclose credible strategies for achieving net zero by 2050