Tough new standards for businesses to meet net zero could see many needing to review their sustainability strategy, writes AECOM’s Robert Spencer
Climate success requires laws that ensure consistent reporting on emissions reductions, writes Jane Thostrup Jagd of the We Mean Business Coalition.
Combining climate reporting and ESG reporting into the same workstreams can cause confusion and threaten progress where it is needed most, writes Manifest's Laura Zizzo
This year’s World Economic Forum is an opportunity for business leaders to collaborate on climate action and innovation, write S30 group co-chairs Steve Varley and Arlo Brady
Former UN climate chief Christiana Figueres describes Stuart Kirk's speech last week as 'one of the most irresponsible public statements we have heard in years'
A global treaty to tackle plastic pollution is welcome but risks driving policy towards recycling at the expense of more effective solutions, argues Xampla CEO Simon Hombersley
After decades of inaction, regulators, water companies and central government appear to have woken up to the pressing need to protect and restore England's rivers, writes Philip Dunne MP
G20 nations hold the key to capping temperature rise at safe levels - so it is critical they ramp up their climate ambition ahead of COP27, argues the ECIU's Gareth Redmond-King
Slashing methane emissions is the closest thing the world has to a silver bullet for rapid climate action, writes former Greenpeace CEO Paul Gilding