With consumers showing few signs of cutting down on the waste they create, we look at how our rubbish can be used to produce energy and reduce the use of fossil fuels.
The world’s demand for food – particularly protein – has major implications for climate change. We look at the opportunities arising from consumers changing how they eat.
The focus on lowering sulphur and carbon emissions from marine fuels may increase demand for liquefied natural gas
The EU carbon market was reformed in 2017, meaning the price of carbon permits has soared over the past year. We look at the industrial impact and what this could mean for climate change.
The latest update to our Climate Progress Dashboard implies the current pace of change - across the measures we track - will lead to long-run temperatures rises of around 4° Celsius.
In the latest sustainability report we provide an update on our Climate Progress Dashboard and look at the increasing risks posed by cyber crime.