Climate Governance archive
Key players in finance and investment, as well as government ministers, are seeing the economic sense of taking action on climate change.
One of the most contentious issues in a Europe-wide debate – what is the best way to meet climate and energy targets?
Climate change represents a material risk to pension funds and must be taken into account when investment decisions are made.
At Climate Finance Day in Paris, key financial players stressed the need to move to a low carbon economy.
Shell shareholders follow BP by voting for greater transparency and reporting around climate change issues.
ClientEarth has teamed up with the Asset Owners Disclosure Project (AODP) to launch the Climate and Pensions Legal Initiative (CPLI).
ClientEarth has helped to coordinate the filing of a successful resolution whereby BP shareholders have overwhelmingly backed a resolution on climate change resilience at the company’s AGM today.
What is the case, who will win, and other questions answered.
What does it mean for a law to be really “binding”? The answer is not as clear as you might think.
The high standards in the UK Climate Act are being exported to the EU – and beyond.
The Arctic ice melting at such a pace that many scientists predict that the poles will soon be ice-free in September.
Watch what happened when Marshall Islander Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner talked to the UN about climate change.
The EU has set a disappointing 30% by 2030 target for energy efficiency, despite strong evidence of its economic, social and environmental benefits.
The LSE’s decision to join the UN sustainability initiative is an important one, and has the potential to fight climate change.
A common climate change myth – and how to answer it.
Chicago is facing a law suit for failing to protect against climate change-related flooding – what does this mean for business leaders and the insurance industry?
Perhaps the most chilling message to emerge from the IPCC’s third report is the yawning gap that is opening between the scale of the threat posed by climate change and the utility of the solutions.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have released of the latest installment of their report, which shows business can no longer ignore the risks of climate change in their reporting and decision making.
Today, the European Commission published its new environmental and energy state aid guidelines – what do they mean for Europe?
What is biomethane and could it help us decarbonise Europe’s power generation?
We went to Scotland to find out how communities run their own renewable energy.
How do you put people at the centre of a renewable energy revolution?
Everyone knows over-consumption is killing the planet, but what can we do about it?