Interviews, Transport
September 27, 2023

Maritime industry faces extra complexity in achieving green fuel transition, says Fincantieri

Shipbuilding is going through an ‘evolutionary phase’ as it is forced to...
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Commercial real estate London
Industrials, UK
August 31, 2023

Regulation and data issues blamed for UK commercial property's slow progress on net zero

UK commercial real estate emissions have remained broadly flat over the past...
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Cobalt processing plant mining
Data, Industrials
August 31, 2023

In Charts: Energy transition brings back strong mining investment

Soaring demand for critical minerals drives more capital deployment by the world’s...
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EU, Policy & Regulation, Retail & Consumer
July 19, 2023

MEPs pushback against reusable packaging rules

Members of the European parliament's industry and agriculture committees have voted against...
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Policy & Regulation, Transport
July 11, 2023

How does the shipping industry plan to decarbonise?

The IMO’s agreed emissions reduction targets signal progress in an industry that...
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Toyota electric vehicle
June 29, 2023

Has Toyota sparked a ‘solid-state’ battery revolution?

Japanese car giant Toyota says it has ‘discovered a technological breakthrough’ that...
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Agriculture, Energy
June 22, 2023

Vattenfall hopes two-for-one ‘agrivoltaic’ project makes best use of land

Swedish renewables company has developed a way for solar farms and agricultural farms to co-exist to their mutual benefit. Swedish energy company Vattenfall is investing in its first commercial-scale solar...
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June 21, 2023

Toyota faces down activist investors over climate lobbying

Toyota witnessed opposition at its June annual meeting, as some shareholders expressed unhappiness with the car giant’s climate lobbying and a lack of independence at board level. Electric vehicles could...
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EU, Industrials
June 15, 2023

Maritime industry prepares for tougher decarbonisation targets

Until now, shipping has avoided the same scrutiny as other industries on its emissions but upcoming EU regulation now aims to push for greater reductions on a global scale. In...
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Disposable single-use plastic
June 6, 2023

Investors overlooking plastics supply chain risk, warns Planet Tracker

There has been a perceptible decline in investors’ risk perception of plastics supply chains, according to a new study, yet regulation and litigation of the industry looks set to rise....
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British Airways plane Heathrow
May 24, 2023

International Airlines Group: US green strategy ‘winning’ over EU approach

The head of sustainability at IAG, owner of the British Airways and Iberia carriers, says the early disbursement of EU incentives would help to reduce the cost of sustainable aviation...
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