Carbon offsets and trading are an effective and quick way to contend with a future global ecosystem of green taxes, or the “green taxonomy,” a sustainability consultancy said
China’s steel production and end-user demand are likely to experience some dampening in 2022 amid the country’s stringent decarbonization policies, market participants told Fastmarkets
The world is going to need more graphite, both in natural and synthetic forms, to meet the demands from the energy transition
The ferro-chrome market is facing growing pressure to decarbonize from downstream, with the need to cut carbon emissions becoming increasingly accepted among producers, traders and consumers
For companies and business leaders, the trick to success is to figure out how to accomplish short- and long-term goals at the same time that are “seemingly conflicting,” according to David Cote, former chairman and chief executive officer at Honeywell.
China, the world’s largest carbon producer, has pledged to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060
Investing now in low-carbon fuels to reduce transport emissions will help to decarbonize existing fleets, says UKPIA’s director
John McGarrity outlines the key takeaways from the latest International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) report relating to international energy trade
The metals and mining industry prepares to play a critical role in building a more sustainable future
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