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The net zero transition is an unprecedented investment opportunity for early adopters
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New competition rulebook likely to incentivise state aid for green technologies and products
Draft law would bar six commodities produced in at-risk areas from sale in single market
More specific view of how individual companies are tackling climate change will be needed
FTSE 100 group still has a lot to do to improve its own portfolio’s energy efficiency
Leaders at COP26 failed to see that real solutions require restraints on a range of activities in rich countries
Plus, Wall Street stymies US shale growth and Americans are on the hunt for cheaper gas
Industry gauge rose 2.6% on Tuesday and is more than double its level at start of year
Attention shifts to Build Back Better bill to shore up promises made at UN summit
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World’s biggest polluter faces ‘Herculean’ task making transformation from coal to renewables
Rising cost of natural gas prompts power producers to switch to the heavily-polluting fossil fuel
Dutch courts have become hostile to oil groups but this does not explain the UK shift
Global agreements cannot deliver change fast enough, so powerful nations will start looking for alternatives
Decision to invest in nuclear power is part of a broader strategy from France’s Perrodo family
Growth in international freight transport and complex supply chains are an environmental threat
Senior management pay is increasingly linked to sustainability targets, but critics are sceptical this will amount to meaningful change
UK PM Boris Johnson hails ‘decisive shift’ but admits disappointment at softened coal pledge
Geopolitical drama gives way to concessions but agreement falls short of Paris accord goals
UN climate summit establishes framework for trading after six years of debate
Countries strengthen commitments to lower emissions but remain divided on phasing out fossil fuels
A guide to the key elements of the agreement from the UN summit
Governments agree to speed up climate action but fail to resolve deep divisions in Glasgow accord