Just transition

Opinion: How an oil expert heading COP28 could transform climate action

“Climate activists around the world have come to the conclusion that people in authority are not doing their job,” said…

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…

Opinion: Time to make the rich pay for climate change

"We tend to say ‘we are all in the same boat', but frankly we are not. We are all in…

How to achieve a just transition for fossil fuel workers

Poland produces more coal than any other country in the EU. For southern Polish towns like Libiąż, coal runs as…

Opinion: Dam, that’s a lot of men

Port Evolution, headed up by James Sutcliffe, made a name for itself back in 2007 after it oversaw the development…

Cool bananas: Efficient cold chain technology for a clean agriculture boom

The world’s population is due to hit eight billion this year. In 2020, global food losses along the supply chain…

COP27: A little less conversation, a little more action, please

November 2022, and the world’s governments have finally agreed to establish a funding mechanism for loss and damage to assist…

COP27: At summit’s end, NGOs welcome loss and damage agreement but decry no increased mitigation

As COP27 came to an end in the early hours of Sunday morning, delegates from developed countries were bitterly disappointed…

Opinion: COP27 concludes with loss and damage fund but no increased mitigation ambition

Delegates at the COP27 UN climate talks in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, clinched a hard-fought agreement to create a loss…

COP27: Should the energy crisis make the world re-evaluate the feasibility of a coal phase-out?

https://youtu.be/jSEeBBEbW0c Jakub ​Chełstowski (right), the governor of Poland's coal-heavy Silesia region, in conversation with reporter Dave Keating at COP27 in…