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The sun may be setting on coal-fired power in Europe and North America, but its persistence in Asia threatens global climate targets.
Questions remain over whether the US president can get his ambitious climate agenda through Washington's legislative gridlock.
As the cost of offshore wind power has been driven down by Europe and China, companies in the US are planning enough capacity to power millions of homes.
Seabeds hold the key to our understanding of climate change, but remain largely undocumented.
The EU plans to turn the coronavirus crisis into an opportunity to change housing’s huge environmental impact. Will it work?
Huge reserves of metals lie deep in the ocean, but extracting them poses environmental, scientific, financial and political risks.
The Financial Times journalist Alice Ross explains that where individuals put their money is as important as what they buy.
These huge institutional investors are under pressure to ditch fossil fuel investments, but some are taking a more active role in changing energy markets.
More than half of global GDP is generated by work dependent on natural systems. As businesses learn to work with nature, they are realising how much they rely upon it.
To a significant number of the world’s businesses, the oceans are vital assets that receive no capital maintenance. Economists are trying to change that.
As online clothing sales recover in the wake of Covid-19, our unsustainable habit is proving hard to quit.