‘FIFA’s carbon-neutral claims at Qatar World Cup were false’

A commission claims the football federation was “not able to provide proof that the claims were accurate”

Net zero is a ‘PR exercise,’ says Qatar Airways boss

He believes a 2050 target is not possible and the industry is being unrealistic with its aims

Qatar Airways boss says net zero ‘unachievable’ by 2050

He says there is not enough SAF production to hit the goal

World Cup expansion bad news for climate?

People within football are worried FIFA’s growth of the competition will lead to a much higher carbon footprint

‘Ukraine War will lead to huge growth in the LNG market’

Annual average growth of supply is predicted to sit at 5.3% for the next seven years

How to save on energy bills whilst watching the World Cup

FIFA’s tournament in Qatar comes to an end this Sunday, with France taking on Argentina – but what can you do to save money on your energy bills while you watch?

Qatar World Cup green pledge slammed by 500 daily flights

Fans flying in from nearby Dubai and other cities for games is putting the carbon-neutral pledge in doubt, researchers claim

Los Blancos go green!

Real Madrid stars have been given electric cars for a clean tackle on climate change

Can the Qatar World Cup be truly carbon-neutral?

Campaigners have called its green claims ‘misleading’ and ‘dishonest’

Qatar World Cup claim of carbon-neutrality is ‘misleading’

Hopes that this winter’s World Cup could be the first net zero one are being called into question by new analysis