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'Gradual or rapid': How fast is the low carbon transition likely to be?

'Gradual or rapid': How fast is the low carbon transition likely to be?

World Economic Forum report considers whether major shift away from fossil fuels is likely within the next decade, or will take much longer than green business hope

'A no-brainer': Why striking for climate is good for business

'A no-brainer': Why striking for climate is good for business

For some businesses, the reputation boost among employees and consumers outweighs the financial impact of striking for the climate

People over profits: Learning from the rise in climate change lawsuits

People over profits: Learning from the rise in climate change lawsuits

Companies are increasingly in the firing line for climate litigation, argues Rebecca Byrnes at LSE's Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment

Green New Deal: Government urged to introduce UK Restoration and Rewilding Plan

Green New Deal: Government urged to introduce UK Restoration and Rewilding Plan

Latest report from Commonwealth think tank argues subsidy reforms and carbon taxes could see a quarter of UK land returned to nature

Mobile industry signals climate action ambitions

Mobile industry signals climate action ambitions

Mobile phone operators aim to produce a plan by 2020 to reduce emissions in line with the targets of the Paris Agreement

Starbucks and Hubbub brew up coffee cup recycling funding

Starbucks and Hubbub brew up coffee cup recycling funding

Specialist recycling facilities for paper cups will be introduced in around 70 locations thanks to funding from Starbucks' 5p cup charge

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