The Inevitable Policy Response (IPR) has launched FPS + Nature – a new nature and climate scenario to help investors understand how nature and climate policies could shape future markets
Global demand for electricity is also growing faster than renewables capacity post-pandemic, opening the door to more fossil fuel energy in many parts of the world
Consulting giant snaps up leading climate-focused advisors as it moves to beef up its climate risk and net zero transition expertise
Majority of stimulus measures announced by world’s largest economies continue to have net negative impact on environment, report warns
Rate of endemic species' extinction could be slashed by a quarter if action is taken now, but policy delays will make this outcome more difficult to achieve and twice as expensive, report warns
Government export finance agency's ongoing support of oil and gas projects overseas is harming the environment, tarnishing the UK’s reputation as a climate leader, and limiting its potential to create jobs, according to a new analysis published today...
UK, Germany, South Korea among nations offering up green stimulus measures but these are still dwarfed by carbon-intensive bailouts, according to Vivid Economics
As governments move from rescue to recovery phase, they should resist bailing out carbon intensive sectors without stringent green conditions attached, new report argues