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UK's 100 biggest corporations ranked on emissions
(Wed 16/02)
For the first time, the UK’s 100 biggest companies have been ranked according to their greenhouse gas emissions and levels of transparency.

Trillions of dollars at stake from climate change over next 20 years
(Tue 15/02)
Continued delay in climate change policy action and lack of international coordination could cost institutional investors trillions of dollars over the coming decades.

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Shell says fossil fuel levels “severely threaten human well-being”
(Mon 14/02)
Oil giant Shell has revealed in its latest analysis report that unchecked CO2 emissions from fossil fuels would put the planet “on a pathway that could severely threaten human well-being”.

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UK SMEs overpaying £2.45billion a year for energy
(Wed 09/02)
Britain’s recession-hit SMEs are over-paying for their energy by up to £2.45billion a year, according to data released by analysts Saturn Energy.

Engineering the solutions to effects of climate change
(Tue 08/02)
The UK's professional engineering sector will play a key role in tackling the destructive effects of future climate change, according to a new Government-commissioned report.

HSBC reveals achievements of its Climate Partnership scheme
(Tue 08/02)
Banking group HSBC has reported that it had not only cut the bank’s carbon footprint over the last three years but – by working with four NGO partners in a $100 million partnership – it had also supported measurabl

UK carbon tax would not cut wider emissions, report warns
(Tue 08/02)
The introduction of a carbon tax would help the UK meet its greenhouse gas target, but make no difference to emissions of greenhouse gases across Europe according to new research.

Investors seek more climate change data from big business
(Fri 04/02)
Water and carbon management are of rising importance to institutional investors, with a record number supporting the Carbon Disclosure Project’s (CDP) 2017 requests for climate change and water information sent this we

Survey reveals lack of green guidance in the workplace
(Thu 03/02)
Employers could do more to inform staff about simple ways to improve environmental performance at work, according to new research.

UK organisations struggle with carbon reporting, survey shows
(Mon 31/01)
Over half of UK businesses from financial, local and central government and service industries cannot precisely report their carbon footprints, according to recent research by Siemens IT Solutions and Services and CA Tec

UK could fall behind Germany in race to tap into green market
(Wed 19/01)
A Carbon Trust investigation reveals that three times as many top UK decision makers believe Germany is better prepared than Britain to take advantage of the £3.2 trillion global environmental market.

Improved climate change data vital for financial institutions, says UN
(Wed 12/01)
With insurers, lenders, asset managers and their customers increasingly affected by the impacts of climate change – and the risks likely to grow in the future – better access to relevant data is vital for the world'

Consumers misled by environmental claims on seafood products
(Tue 11/01)
Major retailers including Tesco, Asda, The Co-operative, Lidl, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, and Waitrose have been accused of carrying misleading environmental claims on products such as tinned tuna, haddock, cod, and

Auto industry report reveals future for green vehicles
(Mon 10/01)
Petrol and diesel-fuelled vehicles will keep their dominant position in the auto market until at least 2020, according to a new report by analyst firm KPMG.

Carbon-efficient ways of recycling old power stations revealed
(Fri 07/01)
A recent study has evaluated the economic and environmental merits of different designs of coal-fired power plants, all with carbon capture and storage (CCS), to replace an old power station in Germany.











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