But campaigners warn universities ‘must go further than merely renaming buildings’ if they want to stop 'aiding and abetting Big Oil'
Net zero transition will be characterised by competition as much as cooperation, and as such insurers should gear up to underwrite 'systematically important assets' that could be foundation of cooperation between countries, report warns
Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership said its new HQ will set 'world first' for sustainable refurbishment of an older office building
University of Cambridge college outlines net zero plan to ditch millions of pounds of direct and indirect investments in oil and gas
The university outlined a staggered approach to divestment through to 2030, and said it will invest instead in renewable energy
For universities, cutting carbon could spell trouble for staff morale, warn Siobhan Wren and Matt Rooney from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers
New study from the University of Cambridge suggests seven per cent of global GDP could be wiped out by 2100 under business-as-usual carbon emissions scenario