In this month's issue of The Sustainable Business Review we report on pre-COP26 climate diplomacy, how ESG investors are turning up the heat under companies while coming under increased scrutiny themselves, and how 'water-positivity' is becoming the new net zero
The World Benchmarking Alliance's ranking of the fossil fuel industry's progress in the energy transition is the first to measure companies against the IEA's 1.5C roadmap. Its findings are stark, reports Terry Slavin
Comment: Günther Thallinger of the Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance is hoping that this week’s G20 meeting in Venice will make progress on carbon pricing, which he argues is the strongest tool to get us on track for net zero
Terry Slavin reports on how falling costs, technology breakthroughs to allow wind energy to be produced far out at sea, and growing demand for green hydrogen are driving a rapid expansion in ocean-based power production
While fossil fuels tanked as the pandemic took hold, renewables have made record contributions to grids. Mark Hillsdon and Terry Slavin look at the role of corporate power purchasing in helping economies build back better
In his monthly analysis of sustainability data, Oliver Balch looks at the appetite for climate action around the world, indicators that renewable energy will buck the downturn, and the latest efforts to chart net-zero commitments
In this month's 74-page issue of Ethical Corporation we do a deep dive into the impact of Covid-19 on sustainability. In the infographic below we sum up some of the key takeaways and statics from Angeli Mehta's feature on the pandemic's expected impact on CO2 emissions.