Climate activists need to walk the thin line between effectively agitating for action and alienating the public, argues Bright Blue's Anvar Sarygulov
Much ink has been spilled on polarisation of politics. Even during the once-in-a-generation pandemic, culture wars continue to frequent the front pages. In this environment, it is difficult to notice the...
Nikkei news agency reports that major speech expected next week that will see Japan match the EU in formally setting an economy-wide net zero target
Rudy's Vegan Butcher promises to sell wide range of plant-based cuts of fake meat both in person and online as sustainable diet trend grows, but will its European counterparts be able to offer their own veggie 'burgers'?
A new book argues that while demand for new electric vehicles will soar, the long life of existing cars means it could take decades to dislodge petrol and diesel fuel infrastructure
Major new study from consultancy giant reveals UK banks are more engaged with climate risks than ever before, but decarbonisation plans remain underpowered