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Paul Hatchwell: It is often said that climate change ranks with terrorism as one of the two worst threats facing humanity. In November, Paris had more than its fair share of the latter
Germany has embarked on a dramatic and long-term plan to move away from fossil and nuclear power towards renewables. Gareth Simkins took a tour of Lower Saxony to see its effects
Even in an uncertain regulatory environment, some companies are striving to increase their energy efficiency. Corin Williams reports on how they aim to improve performance and what is driving them to do it
The UK steel industry needs to be more competitive in the global market but will the environment pay a price for its success? Isabella Kaminski, Paul Hatchwell and Conor McGlone investigate
Richard Macrory: A move to internationally agreed national carbon targets and a bold decision in the Netherlands shows how courts may have a growing role in climate change governance
James Wyse: Climate talks and corporate scandals highlight the need for more sophisticated sustainability strategies and corporate governance to help firms stay one step ahead
Fly-tipping is on the rise again after falling for most of the previous decade. This month's infographic looks at hotspots and where most of the waste is coming from
Innovative financial mechanisms bringing together the public and private sectors are needed to address a shortfall in investment in climate adaptation, says Ian Allison
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