Protesters and the political dregs are upping sticks from the COP26 summit to take 'sustainable' transport solutions for the next hot air symposium as dust settles on more MoUs than you can shake a toothy grin at
IJ Global's editorial director looks back over the first week of the Glasgow COP and worries too much is being promised and not enough is getting done
The COP26 summit requires serious and inspired leadership, which its host looks ill-suited to provide.
The hard truth is that in much of the developing world, climate change still ranks well below more immediate concerns such as unemployment, disease, poverty and political unrest for households and businesses.
As larger, more centralised sustainability teams continue to spring up at investment banks, one pressing question is where they are going to find the staff they need.
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