Greenprint for a cleaner, resilient economy

The UK Government should greenlight billions of pounds of private investment in low carbon infrastructure to help the economy rebound from coronavirus, says energy firm SSE

UK must go ‘faster, further and fairer’ to recover from economic slowdown and reach net zero

The IPPR Environmental Justice Commission warns failing to accelerate the pace and scope of green ambitions risks jeopardising climate targets, worsening existing inequalities and heading straight into another ‘global shock’

Number of businesses asking suppliers to disclose environmental data jumps by a quarter in 2020

A total of 30 large purchasing organisations from around the world have started working with CDP this year to help manage their supply chains more sustainably

Automotive CEOs and European Commission discuss recovery plan based on Green Deal

The group discussed the role of a market stimulus to enable vehicle makers to re-open production facilities and keep people in jobs

EU must launch ‘biggest green investment plan the world has ever seen’ to drive economic recovery

NGOs and concerned citizens have urged the EU to fund energy-efficient retrofits, renewable energy deployment, restoration of natural habitats, more public transport and greener farming practices

Solar market ‘significantly hit’ by coronavirus crisis

Between January and March, total corporate funding in the solar PV sector dropped by 31% compared with last year, according to a new report

‘Coronavirus could have a knock-on effect on energy sector and environment’

Philip Thomas, Professor of Risk Management at Bristol University, spoke to FNZ about the potential implications of the pandemic

Chevron announces measures to protect against coronavirus

Reductions are expected to occur across portfolios as the company gears up for the fight against covid-19

Could a ‘Janger’ help retailers save 54 tonnes of plastic?

Researchers at the University of Sheffield and FaraPack Polymers seem to think so… but what is it?

Half of global GDP now generated in ‘net zero nations’

A new report reveals more than $39 trillion, about 49% of the world’s annual GDP, is generated by nations, regions and cities with an actual or intended net zero target