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The climate crisis is worsening and the welcome focus on long term goals can not distract from the need to act right now
The EU's new 'Fit for 55' decarbonisation package is far from perfect, but it is still an historic step forward for global climate action
The debate around the cost of the net zero transition is intensifying, but continues to largely underplay the massive benefits that will flow from the green industrial revolution
Exxon lobbyists have been caught out laying bare how they work to delay climate action, but why do so many advocates of bolder climate policies refuse to take a tougher line against their opponents?
The Prime Minister's proposal for a modern-day green Marshall Plan has a huge amount to recommend it, but can he really build a coalition to deliver such ambitious investment while cutting Overseas Development Aid?
Political and business leaders are prioritising action on nature like never before, but can this sudden uptick in engagement be translated into tangible progress?
Concerns about the efficacy of net zero targets are justified, but could condemnation of the concept from Greta Thunberg and others inadvertently serve to undermine efforts to decarbonise?
The UK's world leading new carbon target for 2035 is worthy of celebration, but there are considerable caveats and growing fears about the government's 'magic decarbonisation tree'
The BusinessGreen Leaders Awards is back for 2021 and keen to make up for lost time in this most crucial of years for the green economy
A new survey reveals how a sizeable minority of CEOs are continuing to ignore climate issues - their misjudgement amounts to a shocking dereliction of duty