Insurers demand action on climate change
The leaders of 15 insurance firms have written to the governor of the Bank of England demanding "urgent action" on climate change.
Shell and Statoil next to face climate votes at AGM
Shell and Statoil will become the latest fossil fuel companies to address mounting shareholder concerns about climate change when they hold their annual general meetings (AGMs) next week.
Shell shareholder resolution on carbon gets go-ahead from investors, BP set to follow
A shareholder resolution demanding that Shell report on its climate change strategy has attracted the 100 signatories it needs in order to be filed at the company's AGM, while a similar action against BP is on course to reach the same milestone.
First UK solar fund IPO marks 'pivotal moment' for sector
A UK solar photovoltaic (PV) investment fund has raised £130 million ($196.5 million) through a successful stock market flotation, in a move that marks a "pivotal moment in the growth of large-scale UK solar".