For Britain's entertainment industry, the existential threat climate change poses matters - but not as much as cats, picnics, gravy, and cake.
Asset management giant warns investors are vastly underestimating risks posed by climate change impacts today 'not just years in the future'
Scientists warn that social and economic price of plastic waste to global society has been underestimated.
A draft UK law that would sets a legal framework for ending single-use plastic pollution by 2042 is set for its first reading in the House of Commons later today, having secured the backing of campaign groups and MPs from across the political spectrum.
More than 250 institutional investors representing over $30tr in assets urge steel sector to set out decarbonisation strategies to guard against climate-related risks.
Concrete construction sector can cut emissions 80 per cent by 2050 with only moderate investment.
BEIS announces fresh funding for developing countries to help tackle climate change, as UK backs global net zero emissions.
Carbon Trust and Fistuca announce major new R&D project to cut costs and biodiversity impacts from offshore wind.
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Why we set a Net Zero goal: Unilever's Jeff Seabright on climate risks, becoming carbon positive, and the moral case for action
Why the consumer goods giant was one of the first multinationals to set a net zero emission target.
Illegal production of CFC-11 in China has a climate impact equivalent to 16-20 coal power plants, the Environmental Investigation Agency estimates.
Theresa May unveils target to halve energy usage of new buildings by 2030 as she talks up plans to place UK at forefront of global scientific research and technological development.
COVID-19 has all of us cleaning more—but the products designed to kill viruses and bacteria can have dangerous health impacts. Here's how to scrub safely.
Researchers say that more microplastics pollution is getting into farm soil than oceans—and these tiny bits are showing up in our fruits, veggies, and bodies.