Energy giant launches new carbon offset tariffs, as polling shows majority of public think lockdown has made them more aware of climate impacts
RSBP and WWF urge government to capitalise on post-Brexit trade deals as well as the Agriculture and Environment Bills to cut deforestation from the UK’s supply chains.
Bolsonaro-backed bill – scheduled to be decided today – could lead to the deforestation of an additional 16,000 square kilometres of the Earth's largest rainforest, according to NGO Imazon.
Global Resource Initiative (GRI) taskforce also says UK has 'unparalleled opportunities' to green its supply chains as it seeks new global trade deals
US giant which owns Cadbury and Toblerone claims to have mapped almost all of its cocoa suppliers across Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire and Indonesia
The current pandemic crisis offers a chance to reimagine our approaches to managing natural resources, argues Martin Noponen of the Rainforest Alliance
Drinks giant developed new policy in partnership with the Rainforest Action Network and the International Labor Rights Forum (ILRF) In bid to guard against deforestation and labour rights abuses
Cereal and snacks giant signs up independent auditor to oversee its palm oil supply chain efforts, and promises to work more closely with smallholders to boost efficiency
Seaweed, cactus and lentils: How Knorr and other food brands are shifting to more sustainable ingredients
A growing number food firms are seeking to diversify the ingredients they use in their products to help build a more sustainable, climate resilient food system, according to the Future 50 Food initiative
Number 10 spokesperson insists government is determined to deliver Glasgow Summit, but warns it must represent 'value for the UK taxpayer'
Hundreds of major firms, including Amazon, BlackRock, and Tyson Foods, have no commitment to ending deforestation in their supply chains, Global Canopy claims
UK firms failing to track the impact of the soy used to feed their chickens, report finds
Royal Statistical Society names its stats of the decade which highlight Amazon rainforest loss, air pollution deaths and rise of SUVs
In partnership with WWF supermarket will measure environmental impact of popular foods in a pilot starting next year
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Non-profit warns not enough concrete action being taken by consumer goods giants to tackle deforestation and commodity risk across their supply chains
Growing numbers of firms reporting involvement in Indonesian palm oil chain, but far too few are addressing risks posed by deforestation in region, according to new report
Investigators claim palm oil from "orangutan capital of the world" entered supply chains of major brands
Nestle, one of the firms named in the report, said it spoke with its supplier and they denied the NGO's findings
Progress report on New York Declaration on Forests (NYDF) - which pledged to end deforestation by 2030 - shows the rate of forest loss is still rising
UK doubles climate aid contributions and announces extra £7m for 'Blue Belt' scheme to protect marine life, as plans emerge for new Amazon protection initiative
Fires currently ravaging the Brazilian rainforest should be top of the agenda at this weekend's G7 Summit, says French President, as debate over future trade deals intensifies
Call for Evidence will consider how the food industry must change to drive growth while preserving the environment
'Earth on the Edge' series kicked off this week with segment on deforestation, as broadcaster promises to beef up coverage of the climate crisis
The accelerating deforestation rate in the Amazon is terrifying and could have global repercussions, but could business leaders have the power to turn the tide?