With no time to waste in building the green economy of the future, the UK needs an independent body to lead on policy delivery and strategic planning, argues Policy Connect's Verity Winn
The journey to net zero for firms will either be one of transformation or an un-climbable abyss resulting in their failure, writes Dr Andrew White from the University of Oxford
Commitments made at COP26 are positive signals, but evidence suggests corporate action is yet to match ambition, writes CDP's Thomas Maddox
For consumers, choosing to purchase healthier, more sustainable foods often comes with a price inflation, explains Sharon Bligh, from the Consumer Goods Forum
Post-COP26 the world risks taking its foot off the pedal of climate action in 2021, but businesses must not let that happen, writes Pinwheel's Rob Cheesewright
It is no longer possible to put off making transformational changes in the way we produce, manufacture and consume food - could 2022 prove a turning point, asks Nomad Foods CEO Stefan Descheemaeker?
There is potential for 2022 to top progress made in the last 12 months - but only if we see crucial pieces of the decarbonisation puzzle fall into place, writes National Grid's Duncan Burt
The growing role of AI in supporting the grid will be key to making our energy supply greener and more efficient, writes Moixa founer Simon Daniel