Stockholm looks to carbon capture for net zero

Sweden believes the switch could see the city become carbon-negative by 2030

NAVER becomes first South Korean IT firm to join RE100

By 2030, the company intends to convert 60% of all energy sources used in its office building and internet data centre to renewable energy sources and achieve 100% renewable energy by 2040

John Frieda and Molton Brown owner Kao joins The Climate Pledge

It aims to achieve net zero emissions by 2040 and become a carbon-negative company by 2050

St. Modwen to develop 350 all-electric, carbon-negative homes in Birmingham

The homes, located on the historic MG Rover site, will be powered by a dedicated smart grid and use renewable technologies such as solar panels and heat pumps

US awards $39m to turn buildings into carbon storage structures

Projects aim to increase the total amount of carbon stored in buildings to create carbon sinks, which absorb more carbon from the atmosphere than released during the construction process

Elizabeth Line could be ‘carbon-negative’

Set to open next week, the line could be carbon-negative in just over a decade

New partnership to develop carbon marketplace in Indonesia

The partnership will enable Indonesian buyers and sellers to immediately gain access to a global marketplace with participants from 30 countries

SERVED becomes ‘world’s first’ carbon-negative hard seltzer brand

The British drinks company is introducing carbon labelling across its range of products from next month

Aether raise $18m to scale up production of diamonds ‘made from air’

The company captures excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and converts it into diamonds

A round of a-paws! Dog food company Neo Bites becomes carbon-negative

The Austin-based company achieved the milestone largely due to its use of insect protein in its line of dog food toppers and treats as cricket farming is said to produce ‘virtually no greenhouse gases’ compared with traditional livestock rearing