Paradise lost: Why overtourism is a global emergency

Katie Burton, (Jul 24, 2018)

With cities and tropical islands around the world overwhelmed by tourist hordes, Katie Burton talks to Justin Francis, CEO of Responsible Travel, about his new documentary urging action to tackle a global emergency

CSR Cheat Sheet: Big firms in deep water as LGIM warns of uninsurable world

Oliver Balch, (Jun 24, 2018)

Climate inaction CEOs in Legal and General's sights; no let-up in plastics debate; Europe nudges non-carbon energy targets

World Environment Day push for companies to come clean on CO2 emissions

Terry Slavin, (Jun 5, 2018)

Organisers of the Global Climate Action Summit in California have issued a challenge for 300 more cities, regions and companies to disclose their climate impacts to CDP ahead of the September climate conference

Comment: ‘Improper antibiotics use is putting food industry at high ESG risk’

Maria Lettini, (May 31, 2018)

FAIRR Initiative director Maria Lettini explains the findings of the first index to analyse the sustainability risks of big meat, fish and dairy producers

Chinese companies slow to join RE 100

Terry Slavin, (May 23, 2018)

China may be a powerhouse when it comes to producing solar panels and wind turbines, but only Broad Group and Elion Resources have committed to 100% renewable energy

China looks offshore for its new renewables frontier

Mark Hillsdon, (May 20, 2018)

UK wind and marine tech companies scent opportunity in the wind in the South China Sea, reports Mark Hillsdon

Green bond market helps China’s green revolution overcome headwinds

Mark Hillsdon, (May 20, 2018)

Coal consumption is on the rise for the first time in three years, but the country is still a renewable energy powerhouse, writes Mark Hillsdon

Climate Change and Business Keynote: Time to take the lead

Conference Recording, (May 17, 2018)

CSR Cheat Sheet: Wimbledon knocks plastics out of court

Oliver Balch, (May 14, 2018)

Battle against plastics grows; global jet-set sends tourism emissions skywards; US firms see benefits from managing water and carbon

Comment: Why institutional investors need World Bank-style biodiversity safeguards

Divya Narain, (May 10, 2018)

Divya Narain argues that rather than divest in infrastructure projects that pose environmental risks, investors can pre-empt and manage risk by applying conditions from the start

Why UNEP sees the private sector as critical to its mission to clean up the oceans

Terry Slavin, (May 9, 2018)

UNEP's Jorge Laguna-Celis tells Terry Slavin why the UN agency now regards companies as crucial partners in efforts such as ending ocean plastics and fighting biodiversity loss

Analysis: UK retailers’ plastics pact ‘must be backed up by real change’

Angeli Mehta, (May 4, 2018)

Angeli Mehta peels the lid off the commitment by Britain’s biggest supermarkets and brands to create a circular economy for plastics by 2025 and finds that huge barriers will need to be overcome

Greenpeace is right to hold our feet to the fire on deforestation, says Unilever chief

Terry Slavin, (May 1, 2018)

Paul Polman talks to Terry Slavin about the food giant's commitment to sustainable palm oil sourcing and his work to bring transformational change on a global level

‘Climate criminal’ Shell fails to soothe troubled waters with energy transition plan

Oliver Balch, (Apr 16, 2018)

The oil major's 15-year decarbonisation strategy is not going to satisfy green groups or activist investors, writes Oliver Balch. Meanwhile Danish pension fund PKA has moved to exclude oil and gas companies

The restoration economy: why trees are the next growth opportunity

Angeli Mehta, (Mar 21, 2018)

Angeli Mehta reports on how companies such as EcoPlanet Bamboo and Michelin are looking to turn a profit while helping to restore degraded land

Natural capital case study: Birmingham's approach to creating a liveable city

Angeli Mehta, (Mar 17, 2018)

The UK city has pioneered a natural capital planning tool that takes account of 10 ecosystem services. Angeli Mehta reports

Will sustainability be on CEOs' in-trays after Davos?

Oliver Balch, (Jan 31, 2018)

Oliver Balch rounds up the main messages from four days in the Swiss alps and hopes initiatives such as science-based targets, RE100, and new circular economy platforms will be kept front of mind