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Despite signs of hope, scepticism is fully justified when it comes to the COP26 announcements
Leaders at COP26 failed to see that real solutions require restraints on a range of activities in rich countries
Decarbonisation requires a return to strategic planning not market-led shock therapy, argue Daniela Gabor and Isabella Weber.
Steeply rising energy prices could have a negative consequences or prompt price intervention, experts say
Palm oil contributes significantly to CO2 emissions and the dwindling population of the great apes
Financial sector pressured to cut exposure to carbon-intensive industries
It is hard to believe that the presence of everyone attending the Glasgow summit is essential
The time for handwringing is definitively over, argues Tim Harford
Oil group fights back after Daniel Loeb’s Third Point calls for its break-up
Why winning the fight against climate change will require working less
A searchable dashboard of 193 countries’ historical emissions and future climate targets
President says country will aim for carbon neutrality by 2060
Europe’s second-largest insurer to expand use of video calls introduced during the pandemic
US company will host trips for prospective hires in cities accessible by train, ending tours of Lisbon and Florence
Petrol consumption reached a record in July while power plants shift away from natural gas
Study finds Beijing could struggle to honour pledge to reach peak CO2 emissions by 2030
Converting Britain’s stock of residential listed buildings to net zero carbon poses a particular challenge
Cremations have a larger carbon footprint than burials and have additional environmental costs
How various payment options compare in terms of carbon footprint
Hydrogen backers confident of avoiding another false dawn; how the EV revolution is forcing grids to evolve; UK’s ageing reactors bring nuclear question to a head. Plus: Is energy on the cusp of a new era?
The key elements of a climate revolution have been slotting into place behind the scenes
Reusables leave a chunky footprint but they are still better for the environment
Significant cuts in CO2 emissions are possible even in countries such as the UK and Germany
Oil group pledges to ‘rise to the challenge’ of cutting net carbon emissions 45% by 2030
Surging demand for expertise as companies across sectors pledge to reduce their carbon footprint