Record atmospheric concentrations of CO2, continued growth in emissions and rising annual temperatures means the impact of Covid restrictions on overall climate trends is negligible, according to a new report synthesing findings from several scientific...
World-renowned climate scientist and author joins BusinessGreen for a chat about climate justice, US politics, dealing with climate deniers, and the science behind net zero
Editor of landmark IPCC reports – who famously called global warming "a weapon of mass destruction" – has passed away in his native Wales at the age of 88.
Almost $39tr of the world's GDP is now aligned, or proposing to align, with net zero emissions targets, according to ECIU
Food and Drink Federation data reveals emissions and water-saving progress, but food waste challenges remain
The food and drink industry is on track to hit its emissions and water goals, but efforts to halve food waste by 2030 need to be redoubled
Just Eat data shows a 50 per cent year-on-year increase in orders of vegan dishes through January to March
Sobering report from Institution of Mechanical Engineers warns governments and businesses are ill-prepared for sea level rises expected this century
Latest sobering assessment from world's top scientists details the damage being wrought by climate change on the world's oceans, glaciers, and ice sheets
Swiss government says net zero goal will put country in line with the most ambitious national targets under the Paris Agreement
The IPCC says biofuels can play a part in shipping's decarbonisation journey. But with aviation and other sectors circling around a finite resource, shipping needs to invest in exotic options, says Forum for the Future's Will Dawson
The headlines have been filled today with stark warnings from scientists about the state of the world's land masses - how will this impact the business community?
All the reaction from green businesses, policymakers, experts and campaigners on the IPCC's stirring report on how land use is affecting the climate
Deforestation and intensive agriculture is accelerating the climate crisis, trapping humanity in a vicious cycle of land degradation, scientists conclude
International talks in Osaka and Bonn are marred by continuing divisions over the Paris Agreement and the global response to the escalating climate crisis
As candidates to become Prime Minister reassert support for net zero goal, major survey reveals climate change has become a 'mainstream issue' for the British public
A mammoth scientific review of greenhouse gas monitoring methods does not address flaws around bioenergy use, according to campaigners
Negotiators expect talks to run into the weekend, but hopes for finished rule book remain high
Professor Nick Cowern warns the even the IPCC 1.5C report may be over-optimistic - and businesses and governments need to respond to the 'climate emergency'
All the news from the last 24 hours in Katowice
US, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Russia accused of blocking key text fully endorsing findings of historic report on impacts of 1.5C of warming
Creating a world of 1.5 degree global warming needs radical solutions, but the focus should be on 'gain' not 'pain'
Thomas Birr, CEO at innogy Innovation Hub, argues businesses need to listen to the 'radicals' who insist deep decarbonisation is possible
All the latest from the climate summit underway in Katowice
EU-backed Mission Innovation consortia launches new programme to identify 100 large scale investment opportunities that are compatible with a 1.5C goal
Circular infrastructure will be a crucial tool for businesses to cut emissions, writes AECOM's Robert Spencer