Global carbon capture capacity needed to tackle up to a quarter of today's annual CO2 emissions by 2050, Energy Transitions Commission estimates
LISTEN: Energy Transitions Commission chair Lord Adair Turner chats to James Murray about the growing business case for decarbonising heavy industry and CO2 removals
Only through deep decarbonisation alongside a massive ramp up in CO2 removal projects can the world keep its 1.5C goal within reach, Energy Transitions Commission warns
The latest report from the Energy Transitions Commission has set out a roadmap for how the world can move on to a 1.5C warming trajectory over the course of the coming decade
Major report from industry group argues that steel buyers can play catalysing role in accelerating growth of green steel market
Crossbench peer and chair of the Energy Transitions Commission tells pensions conference net zero infrastructure investments can offer better returns than gilts
Green electrification drive over next 10 years critical to the world's largest emitter decarbonising its power grid by mid-century, according to new analysis from Energy Transitions Commission and Rocky Mountain Institute
Fresh analysis backed by 40 major energy, finance, and industry companies - including Shell, BP, Volvo, and ArcelorMittal - explores actions required this decade to deliver an emissions-free economy by mid-century that is not overly reliant on carbon...