Researchers looked at a decade of political spending by the oil and gas industry and others engaged in climate policy. If money talks, one side had a giant megaphone.
We’re rarely aware of a company’s full environmental footprint.
Companies seen as big polluters suffer little in terms of reputation and sales when they are found making misleading claims about protecting the environment.
Research shows the strength of team loyalty.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres says rules around corporate emissions reporting are “wide enough to drive a diesel truck through”.
Sponsorship from fossil-fuel companies is worth millions to Australian sport. But growing opposition from the public and athletes themselves may force sports to rethink these deals.
The transition to net zero will require huge investments, but how do we make sure investment goes to the right place?
Making sure your fund’s financial values align with your ethical values isn’t that simple – but here’s what you can do.
Ads use music, colour and emotion to stress the sustainability of what they’re selling: even when the reality isn’t as attractive.
The new EU rules on sustainable finance defeat their own objective.
Companies may be using the positive impacts of sport to divert attention from their roles in furthering climate change.
The goal of the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero, or GFANZ, is to bring together the financial sector to accelerate the transition to a net-zero economy. Here’s why it might actually work.
This is a big win for Australia’s consumer watchdog in its ongoing battle against misleading environmental claims.
We cannot claim that inducing others to reduce emissions gives us a moral license to emit in their place.
At COP26 in Glasgow everyone was committed to saving the planet, but there were highly divergent views about how to do it.
On climate change, and other sustainable development goals, there’s still a big gap between corporate talk and action.
How companies love to tell us all the great things they’re doing to help women.
While many companies promote social causes, advocates are skeptical of how genuine their commitment is.
The audio version of an in-depth article rounding on governments worldwide for using the concept of net zero emissions to “greenwash” their lack of commitment to solving global warming.
B2B brands taking a public moral or ethical stand are increasingly looking at their suppliers and manufacturers to reflect their own values, but where do they draw the line?