The government is poised to update its Net Zero Strategy - here's what we know so far about what the new plan will likely contain
Planet Tracker argues financial sector holds huge potential to help build more sustainable food and farming system worldwide
Our food system isn't working for people, planet or the economy, writes WWF's Joanna Trewern
Climate visas, French nuclear reactors, and giant solar arrays all feature in this week's Global Briefing
When football stars take on the authorities, they tend to win - could the climate-threatened sector adopt sustainability as its next cause?
The organic movement forged a path for a federally recognised standard for food - Should regenerative follow its course?
Next-generation nuclear technologies will divert resources away from cheaper options that can more quickly contribute to energy security and climate goals, argues Andrew Warren
A new report by the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment predicts that upcoming changes to EU law could fill the courts with a new wave of climate litigation cases
Under Biden's Federal Supplier Climate Risks and Resilience Proposed Rule an estimated 1,400 corporates would be required to submit their full greenhouse emissions data in order to bid for US federal contracts
As they decarbonise, heavy industries need assurance that products will not be undercut by more emissions-intensive imports, argues UK Steel's Frank Aaskov