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10DEC 2018

Outlook 2019: Sustainability

The next few years will see rising physical losses from climate-related events, higher taxes to combat intergenerational inequality and tougher conditions for over-levered corporates.

2018

OCTOBER

25OCT 2018

Economics

Why the European carbon price can no longer be ignored

The EU carbon market was reformed in 2017, meaning the price of carbon permits has soared over the past year. We look at the industrial impact and what this could mean for climate change.

23OCT 2018

Economics

Is sugar turning Big Food into the next Big Tobacco?

And, if so, is legislation the best option? David Prosser of The Times canvasses opinions on either side.

17OCT 2018

Economics

Climate dashboard points to 4°C rise despite healthy increase in carbon prices

The latest update to our Climate Progress Dashboard implies the current pace of change - across the measures we track - will lead to long-run temperatures rises of around 4° Celsius.

16OCT 2018

Economics

Infographic: Sustainability Report Q3 2018

In the latest sustainability report we provide an update on our Climate Progress Dashboard and look at the increasing risks posed by cyber crime.

05OCT 2018

Economics

Will water become more valuable than oil?

Three experts argue whether or not water might one day be more expensive than the fuel that powers the global economy.

01OCT 2018

Economics

Is this the first concrete solution for renewable energy storage?

We look at the difficulties of storing renewable energy: essential if the uptake of low-carbon alternatives is to gather pace.

SEPTEMBER

19SEP 2018

Economics

The climate consequences of the digital revolution

How do the efficiencies of the digital revolution weigh up against the carbon costs?