To grasp the opportunities of net zero and deliver a successful climate change summit in Glasgow, the government must come forward with ambitious policies in 2020, argues the REA's Nina Skorupska
The goings-on behind the scenes of COP 26, or kack thereof, have been well documented over the past few weeks. Following the unexpected dismissal of Claire O'Neill and her damning testimonial on the current...
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It will be a massive own goal if the UK fails to announce a substantial commitment at the Climate Ambition Summit it is hosting in December, argues ECIU's Dr Alison Doig
The 200 firms in the group's membership - including Shell, Chevron, BASF, Volkswagen, BP, PepsiCo - must comply with rules requiring science-aligned net zero goal for no later than 2050