NGOs claim victory as Arctic drilling platform plans scrapped
Plans to build two Arctic oil drilling platforms have been scrapped after environmentalists warned the project's financiers that the activities would jeopardise the future of one of the most endangered whale species.
Investors and businesses lobby for early EU ETS reform
A group of 53 businesses, investors and trade associations has called on the European Commission to bring forward, to the end of this year, draft legislation to reform the beleaguered EU Emissions Trading System (ETS).
North Sea storage site boosts CCS hopes
The UK's bid to build its first carbon capture and storage project was boosted today by claims that a site capable of holding 200 million tonnes of the greenhouse gas has been discovered in the North Sea.
Middle Eastern promise
The Middle East is poised to become a hotspot of renewables activity over the next few decades. Graham Cooper outlines which countries and sectors hold the most promise for investors.
Investors need to raise more questions about the financial risks arising from hazardous chemicals produced and used by a range of companies, says Sonja Haider