The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) has published its latest Emissions Gap Report (EGR), finding that countries are most likely to breach the limits set by the Paris Agreement.
At a ceremony in London, eight winners from the UK and Global South were awarded grants to scale their climate solutions in energy, housing and agriculture.
The Blue Earth Summit of 2023 has drawn to a close. Over the course of its packed three-day programme, the inclusion of marginalised voices emerged as a recurring theme.
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As companies embark on their sustainability strategies, they will need data, investment and supportive policy to ensure a just transition.
From Colombia's strong signal to the oil and gas industry to M&S's legal challenge over a Government decision, in this weekly round-up we explore the latest developments regarding corporate initiatives, sustainability reports and key industry updates.
A union leader involved in guiding Scotland’s just transition has warned of the danger of wishful thinking around how net-zero efforts will deliver such plans.
The UN Global Compact released new guidance, 'Just Transition in Supply Chains', to help companies better manage climate risks.
Global Energy Monitor analysis finds that coal-based steelmaking capacity under development globally is on the rise and is almost all being built in Asia, highlighting the issue of a just transition.
If net zero is to be achieved the confusion around energy upskilling and skills transfer needs to end, according to a survey from the UK's City & Guilds.