Companies must slash their own emissions while also working to restore nature and reduce tropical deforestation both within and outside their value chains, explain EDF's Ruben Lubowski and Emergent's Eron Bloomgarden
The government's aim to make the UK the world’s 'first net zero-aligned financial centre' mean businesses have to rethink how and what they value, writes AECOM's Robert Spencer
Despite the tense, last-minute drama, the Glasgow Climate Pact sends a very clear investment signal to businesses and financial institutions, argues Nick Molho from the Aldersgate Group
There are a number of areas of the government's flagship post-Brexit environmental legislation passed this week which remain unclear, explains Ramboll's Martin Broderick
A joint effort from UK and European governments is needed to ensure rail is able to compete with low-cost air travel, argue HS1 CEO Dyan Crowther and Eurostar CEO Jacques Damas
Stockholm Environment Institute scientist Derik Broekhoff presents the case for carbon offset buyers relinquishing their claims to the credits so they are instead counted only towards national climate goals
It is essential to build a pipeline of investable nature-based climate projects to match the significant flows of capital available, writes Lib Dem peer Lord Terverson
After negotiations end in Glasgow, securing the policy, regulation and funding for a greener transport system must be a top priority for the government, writes Helena Bennett from Green Alliance.