Skip to main Content

News and Blogs

  • Climate change takes centre stage at Davos

    30 January 2007

    The snow came late to Davos - but just in time to give the impression of a more normal winter for the 2,400 delegates attending this year's World Economic Forum (WEF).

    Climate change takes centre stage at Davos
  • The Climate Group responds to proposed DEFRA offset standard

    18 January 2007

    It is pleasing to see that DEFRA has considered offsetting in context - as a third step in an emissions reduction strategy that starts with use of cleaner energy resources and greater efficiency.

    The Climate Group Responds to Proposed Defra Offset Standard
  • Dr. Steve Howard outlines Climate Group plans for 2007

    17 January 2007

    "Our plans for the year are ambitious but more than matched by the scale of the challenge and opportunity we collectively face..."

    Steve Howard
  • The Climate Group announces new members

    16 January 2007

    Joining our leadership coalition: <strong>American International Group </strong>(AIG), the world's largest insurer; <strong>Virgin</strong>, one of the world's best known branded venture capital firms; and <strong>Man Group</strong>, the world's biggest hedge fund, a leading global provider of alternative investment products and solutions as well as one of the world's largest futures brokers.

    More European Companies Switch to Green Power
  • Marks and Spencer announces new 200 million GBP eco-plan

    15 January 2007

    Marks & Spencer has announced "Plan A", which will have an impact on every part of M&S' operations over the next five years. The 100-point plan means that by 2012 M&S will, among other things, have gone carbon neutral.

    money coins
  • Victorians first to know their weekly greenhouse emissions

    08 January 2007

    In what is believed to be a world first, The Climate Group has developed a Weekly Greenhouse Indicator for Victoria. It provides real-time information on the greenhouse gas emissions produced from coal-fired electricity, natural gas and petroleum every week.

    Victorians First to Know Their Weekly Greenhouse Emissions
  • Swiss Re offers rebate to climate conscious employees

    04 January 2007

    Swiss Re is supporting investments and purchases made by employees that contribute to reducing {CO2} emissions with its new "COYou2 reduce and gain" programme...

    Swiss Re Offers Rebate to Climate Conscious Employees

Latest from Twitter