Tackling the 'supertanker': Are investors starting to get twitchy over worsening climate risk profiles?
Top financiers urge companies to align lobbying efforts with Paris Agreement, as markets struggle to price in climate risk
As predictions of peak oil demand become more prevalent and environmental protests more vocal, Ed King wonders where the oil industry goes next
World Economic Forum report considers whether major shift away from fossil fuels is likely within the next decade, or will take much longer than green business hope
Plastic could become the new pariah in some investment circles, as analysts warn investors off firms with prolific single-use plastic production and use
MPs want mandatory climate reporting within three years to avoid risk to investments
Analysis by both Carbon Tracker and the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis highlight the growing threat posed to investors by their exposure to high-carbon business models
Bank of England governor says firms that ignore crisis 'will go bankrupt without question'
Shell's Ben van Beurden recently declared the pursuit of a net zero economy was 'the only way to go', but how can the fossil fuel industry overcome the barriers that block the path to deep decarbonisation?
Shell's UK country chair talks to BusinessGreen about net zero targets, unburnable carbon, and why this time around the company's interest in renewables feels very different
Ben Van Beurden calls for industries to urgently step up collaborative efforts to support the Paris Agreement and overcome systemic barriers to faster decarbonisation
Insurance giant becomes the largest US insurer to date to announce it will halt underwriting for companies that are reliant on coal mining and power plants
First exam for new ESG investment qualification to take place on 1 December
Ex-archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams welcomes plans for fully costed proposals
Latest Carbon Tracker report provides fresh evidence energy sector is exposed to billions of dollars of transition risk as the world pivots to a low carbon economy
'The world's leading investor in climate destruction can no longer evade responsibility'
Shock survey of leading fund managers responsible for $10.2tr of assets reveal large majority want oil majors to adopt Paris Agreement-compliant strategies
Having confirmed they are to bring the latest wave of actions to an end, Christian activists this morning staged a protests at Canary Wharf warning 'business as usual = death'
Joint statement with institutional investors strengthens oil major's low carbon plans, but critics insist wider targets are needed
None of the $4.9tr forecast to be spent on new oil and gas fields in the 2020s is compatible with limiting global warming to 1.5C, a Global Witness analysis has warned
Environment Agency chair Emma Howard Boyd's speech at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development - in full
Dominic Emery, VP for strategic planning at BP, suggests sizeable chunk of firm's existing oil and gas resources could remain in the ground as it invests in new business models
BNP Paribas AM's global sustainability strategy provides a signal of how the economy could be set to evolve over the coming years
French bank's tighter exclusions on firms engaged in thermal coal mining and coal-fired power generation to come into effect from 2020
'A good step forward': Glencore announces plan to 'limit' coal production and develop 'Paris-consistent strategy'
'To deliver a strong investment case to our shareholders, we must invest in assets that will be resilient to regulatory, physical and operational risks related to climate change'