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Net-zero: bridging the gap between rhetoric and reality

Over half of the FTSE100, an index listing Britain’s highest valued firms, have committed to carbon neutrality by 2050. Momentum from governments and businesses is encouraging – but innovative, science-based measures are needed to ensure lofty rhetoric translates into action

A tale of two COPs: Connecting climate and biodiversity

COP15 may be the most important moment of the past decade for biodiversity. With the necessary political will, it could be a watershed for biodiversity, as the Paris Agreement was for climate – Amy Finlayson, Lead Public Affairs Advisor, Ørsted, explains

Floating wind: Time to turn expertise into action in deeper waters

Gabriel Davies, Programme Director for Floating Wind at Ørsted, lays out what it will take to deliver floating offshore wind as a global industry at scale

It all needs to add up: what makes a credible corporate climate pledge?

It’s good news for planet earth if corporations commit to reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. But how can we be sure that their pledges really add up?

COP27: What are the energy industry’s hopes and expectations?

The 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference – COP27 – begins on 6th November in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. After a turbulent 12 months for the energy industry, the pressure for renewable firms and governments to work together has never been greater