UK carbon emissions down 38% since 1990

The decline is largely due to a cleaner electricity mix based on gas and renewables as well as falling energy demand

Shell links executive pay to carbon reduction

It has pledged to set specific short term targets, starting from 2020 and running until 2050

UK’s first CCUS project could be up and running by mid-2020s

The government’s overarching ambition is to eventually roll out the technology at scale in the 2030s, ‘subject to reduced costs’

Claire Perry: Price cap ‘isn’t underground attempt to renationalise energy sector’

The energy and clean growth minister insisted bills have gone down since 2012

New York pledges $40m for solar and storage tech

The state has set a target to install 1.5GW of storage by 2025

Air BP-Neste fly high with new sustainable aviation fuel partnership

Sustainable aviation fuel is made by blending conventional, fossil-based kerosene with renewable hydrocarbons produced from recycled cooking oil, for example

Giant Norwegian oil field to keep emissions down with power from shore

The new solution is expected to make Johan Sverdrup one of the world’s most carbon efficient oil fields

Almost two-thirds of top executives ‘haven’t set carbon emissions target’

A majority of those questioned, however, ranked sustainability as being ‘very important’

Landmark UN climate report urges ‘rapid and unprecedented’ action to limit global warming

It warns human activities have already caused around 1°C of warming above pre-industrial levels and is likely to reach 1.5°C by as early as 2030

Fruit Shoot owner juiced up with 100% renewable energy deal

All of Britvic’s sites in Britain will be powered by green energy sources