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Exclusive: Oil majors’ expansion plans pay little heed to net zero

A net-zero future will see the vast majority of the world’s energy produced from renewables such as solar and wind,…

EU prepares to ban greenwashing

“Carbon neutral” is a claim we are used to seeing on products these days, whether it be everyday goods or…

Schnitzer Steel tops ‘Global 100’ most sustainable corporations

US metal recycler Schnitzer Steel is the world’s most sustainable corporation, according to Canadian research company Corporate Knights’ 2023 corporate…

Can software and data improve ESG in mining?

The mining industry remains one of the world’s biggest polluters, yet it is a cornerstone of the world’s economy, and…

The “Great Reclassification” of sustainable funds

On 31 May 2022, around 50 police officers raided the Frankfurt offices of Deutsche Bank’s asset management arm DWS, as…

What crypto, web3 and data storage can do for the climate

https://youtu.be/thM4Jg6RPgA Energy Monitor reporter Dave Keating (left) speaks with Alan Ransil from Filecoin Green at the COP27 summit in Sharm…

Weekly data: Polluters are failing to back net-zero commitments with capital spending alignment

In recent years, the number of corporations committing to reach net zero by 2050 has soared, but while companies are…

Carbon markets at COP27: What’s holding up negotiations on Article 6?

One of the most anticipated items on COP27's agenda this year is Article 6, or nine paragraphs describing how –…

Too few rules on fossil fuels? The limitations of Mark Carney’s GFANZ alliance

One year ago at COP26 in Glasgow, ex-governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney announced that more than $130trn…

1.5°C two months closer as listed companies exceed climate budgets – MSCI

Listed companies will deplete their share of the global emissions budget for limiting temperature rise to 1.5°C by December 2026,…