Corporate Climate News

  • News Type

  • Region

  • Sectors

Found 616 results. Page 4 of 31.


Approval for €1.1Bn Danish support scheme for CCS roll-out

The European Commission has approved a €1.1Bn tender by Danish authorities to support the roll-out of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies.


Germany and Norway tie the knot with new hydrogen pipeline

Building on their long-lasting relationship as fossil energy supplier and buyer, Germany and Norway have agreed to a “green” partnership.


India plans 125GW of new renewables to power hydrogen plans

India expects to deploy about 125GW of new renewables by 2030 to power the nation’s ambitious green hydrogen plans, and starts financing initiatives.


French finance minister mulls ‘green industry’ law to counter US

Bruno Le Maire is to present a new bill in the coming days aiming at making France a ‘leading decarbonized nation’ in Europe.


Lula issues six decrees reversing anti-Indigenous measures

Effective January 2, Brazil’s President Lula issued six decrees revoking anti-environment-and-Indigenous measures from his predecessor Jair Bolsonaro.


Last Slovak coal mines to close in 2023

Lignite mining in Slovakia is coming to an end as the last two coal mines will close by year-end following the government’s plans to stop subsidies for domestic mining.


UN to convene 2023 Climate Ambition Summit

UN Secretary-General António Guterres announced he will convene a Climate Ambition Summit in September 2023, to generate “new, tangible and credible climate action” to “accelerate action at the mid-way point” of the SDGs.


Taiwan central bank to incorporate climate change risks

Taiwan’s central bank said it would begin incorporating climate change risks into its modelling and forecasts for inflation and economic growth.


EU countries vote to weaken law on methane emissions

European Union countries voted in favour of weakening the bloc’s planned law to cut methane emissions in the oil and gas sector.


World Bank seeks more funds to address climate change

The World Bank is seeking to vastly expand its lending capacity to address climate change and other global crises via a capital increase and new lending tools.


Gas industry globally coordinates, delays climate action – report

InfluenceMap shows the International Gas Union’s efforts to re-brand gas as green to counter the ‘existential’ threat climate change poses to the fossil industry’s future.


Britain sets out new legally binding environmental targets

The new targets are set for species populations, water, tree cover, waste management, air pollution and coastal protection.


Eastern European countries adopt emissions reduction goal

Western Balkan countries, Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia have adopted a 60.9% emission reduction target for 2030, in line with the EU’s own objectives.


DOE invests $3.7Bn for carbon dioxide removal

The effort spurs from the Inflation Reduction Act passed in summer and will target direct air capture and carbon utilisation projects.


Vietnam agrees $15.5Bn Just Energy Transition Partnership

The JETP will mobilise an initial $15.5Bn of public and private finance over the next 3 to 5 years, in a deal similar to the ones signed by South Africa and Indonesia.


Deal to protect 30% of planet by 2030 controversially passed

The agreement sets a crucial financial target of $200Bn per year for conservation, though it sparked criticism from African nations calling out a ‘fraudulent’ procedure.


UN biodiversity talks open, billed as ‘last chance’ for nature

Delegates gather for the December 7-19 meeting to try to hammer out a new deal for nature: a 10-year framework to save the planet’s forests, oceans and species.


India announces $30Bn plan to upgrade grid for renewables

As it plans to nearly triple its renewables capacity by 2030, India revealed a 2.44 trillion rupee ($29.6Bn) plan for transmission lines to connect renewable generation.


Scotland’s climate targets ‘in danger of becoming meaningless’

The Scottish Government lacks a clear delivery plan and has not offered a coherent explanation for how its policies will achieve bold emissions reductions, says CCC.


1st US floating offshore wind auction raises $757m in bids

The leases to develop commercial-scale floating wind farms in the deep waters off California attracted $757m in winning bids from mostly European companies.

Privacy Preferences

When you visit our website, it may store information through your browser from specific services, usually in the form of cookies. Here you can change your Privacy preferences. It is worth noting that blocking some types of cookies may impact your experience on our website and the services we are able to offer.

By customising your privacy preference, you agree to continue to use this site as per your selected privacy preferences

We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By clicking I Agree and/or continuing to use our site, we assume you are happy to proceed with our default privacy settings, or, if applicable, the settings you have selected via Privacy Preferences.