Could climate change leave communities uninsured?

Friday November 15, 2019

Could climate change leave communities uninsured?

The insurance industry is facing record claims for the effects of climate change. Could rising premiums leave vulnerable communities uninsured?

Folding coffee cup, ColdPlay end tours, defeating climate change “popularism”

Monday November 25, 2019

Folding coffee cup, ColdPlay end tours, defeating climate change “popularism”

A New York startup wants you to ditch your plastic lid and use their folding cup instead. Plus: the Welsh bin less, but recycling doesn't grow, and ColdPlay stop touring.

Wood pallets recycled, sustainable palm oil has new problems, UK social investments grow

Thursday November 21, 2019

Wood pallets recycled, sustainable palm oil has new problems, UK social investments grow

Old pallets from Brixton Market are being recycled into furniture for a community project. Plus: sustainable palm oil isn't and fintechs target mobile users

Robots used in recycling, curated eco-fashion, Coke’s green plans at risk

Tuesday November 19, 2019

Robots used in recycling, curated eco-fashion, Coke’s green plans at risk

More robots being used in recycling could offer investors eco-opportunities. Plus: flying isn't green, fast-fashion greenwashing and schoolkids act locally.

Ford launches Mustang EV, donate your old winter coat and impact investing apps

Monday November 18, 2019

Ford launches Mustang EV, donate your old winter coat and impact investing apps

Ford launches its first SUV EV, the Mustang Mach-E. Plus: donate your old winter coat, apps for impact investing and a bursary for agriculture students

Small farmers take on “big ag”, impact investments aren’t ethical and a bookstore co-op thrives

Friday November 15, 2019

Small farmers take on “big ag”, impact investments aren’t ethical and a bookstore co-op thrives

Small farmers in the US are creating support networks. Supermarket bans black plastic, recycled plastic's "dirty" problem in Asia

Korean paper fashion, reporting air miles and fast fashion still lives

Wednesday November 13, 2019

Korean paper fashion, reporting air miles and fast fashion still lives

Fashion designer Sun Lee has used durable traditional paper in her new collection. Plus: Forever21 failure doesn't mean fast fashion is dead.

Climate change hurts UK rail,  Goa’s solar tiles, the green investments that aren’t ethical

Friday November 8, 2019

Climate change hurts UK rail, Goa’s solar tiles, the green investments that aren’t ethical

The UK's rail network may struggle to cope with extreme weather conditions from climate change. Changes will be needed to stress testing the railway.