Climate control

The impact of climate change has become much more visible in the past year, from physical impacts such as hurricanes and wildfires to those from climate-related legislation. Companies are now taking notice like never before. As in any great disruption there will be winners and losers from this change. FT reporters examine some of the industries that will be most affected

Risks lurk in sector that accounts for a quarter of all global emissions

Technology to make grey metal green will not be rolled out commercially until 2030s

As well as reducing emissions, the industry seeks to develop drugs as disease patterns shift

Investment in the fossil fuel at a standstill as focus switches to green energy

Only small proportion of money allocated to R&D is set aside for clean energy projects

Sector’s vessels are some of the dirtiest individual forms of transport in the world 

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