NEWS: New carbon cutting targets from multinationals are welcome, but VW scandal demonstrates need for scepticism
COP18: With billions of dollars needed to prepare for and reduce the impact of climate change, what can negotiators do in Doha to smooth the path for greater private sector involvement?
If you suspend your cynicism long enough, an emerging pattern in the corporate world suggests the dawn of the new, more organic corporation is upon us, and they care about climate change.
The UK business lobby group the CBI, has said climate change action and the green economy can go hand in hand with economic growth but governments need to play their part.
A new Oxfam report examines what three high street brands are doing to secure three commodities crucial to their respective businesses; coffee, sesame oil and cotton, from the ravages of climate change.
Amid accusations that the private sector “hijacked” Rio+20 and left as the happiest party, was the conference on sustainability really the boon for business that some claim it to be?
To boost growth, governments should adopt a proactive green industrial policy, writes Harald Heubaum, Lecturer in Global Energy and Climate Policy at the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, SOAS, University of London.
UNFCCC calls for more nominations and urges countries not to drop pace of progress with crucial climate fund.
As Microsoft imposes an in-house carbon price on itself and Coca-Cola tops the sustainability charts, is climate change action now an integrated part of everyday operations or merely good PR?
Coca-cola join GM in withdrawing funding for organisations with links to funding climate denial campaigns.
The list of donors will be damaging to the brands involved but private sector capital remains only way to pay for climate change.
Six key climate change messages to take away from the World Economic Forum summit.
Coca-Cola, Microsoft, HSBC and Starbucks among 100 firms in UNFCCC database of private sector action on climate change.