Global coalition launches liability roadmap to make big polluters pay

Liability refers to using tools – legal, legislative, policy, cultural – to hold corporations and industries responsible for their roles in driving the climate crisis and undermining action to address it

Commodity markets – waiting for a reality check?

Prices remain high while market fundamentals suggest they should be otherwise. Why is that and what is keeping some energy prices inflated?

‘China will make up more than a quarter of all offshore wind power by 2030’

That’s the prediction from GlobalData, which forecasts new capacity additions from China, the UK and the US will drive global capacity, causing it to soar sevenfold by the end of the decade

HelloFresh cooks up plan to offset 100% of its carbon emissions

The move is expected to make HelloFresh the first global carbon neutral meal kit company

Global gas demand ‘could shrink by 4% in 2020’

According to IEA, the Covid-19 crisis could result in a annual drop of 75 billion cubic metres by 2025

‘World to fall short of meeting energy targets under SDG 7 by 2030’

According to a recent IEA-led report, more than 620m people globally could be living without electricity in next decade

IEA: Coronavirus lockdown to see global emissions fall by record 8%

The impact of Covid‑19 on energy demand in 2020 could be more than seven times larger than the impact of the 2008 financial crisis on global energy demand

UN launches ‘world’s largest platform’ for air quality data

Air pollution not only affects people’s health but also the ecosystems and food production and is linked to climate change

Climate change ‘could cost global economy nearly $10tn by 2050’

A new report warns nature losses and environmental damage need to be rapidly reversed in order to avoid severe financial losses across multiple vital sectors

Global corporates bought record 19.5GW of clean energy in 2019

More than 100 corporations in 23 different countries signed PPAs last year