China has been funding dirty energy worldwide for more than a decade. Finally, a countervailing force is taking shape from the EU, US and others.
The emerging super cycle in commodity markets has many people excited, but those tempted to full-on embrace this boom would be well advised to look more closely at the circumstances surrounding it.
Food production is key to human survival, making FDI in agriculture both attractive and complicated due to its potential impact upon food security and climate change.
Batteries will play an important role in decarbonisation, but by ignoring their social and environmental costs, governments and investors will only exacerbate these problems.
Carbon farming can be a tool to build a sustainable farming future, but only as a temporary fix towards long-term solutions.
India's FDI levels have held up well since the Covid-19 pandemic started, but the country's current health crisis is creating uncertainty for investors.
The UK government wants state-owned investors to fund major energy transition projects, but how much appetite will they have for these assets?
The global shortage of shipping containers, primarily caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, has led to drastic inflation in shipping and container prices and increased delay times for companies.
The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for more regionalised, tech-driven manufacturing that is closer to consumers. For less-developed nations, this spells disaster.
The Covid-19 pandemic has decimated the meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions space, with online and hybrid events enjoying mixed success across industries.
Carbon farming has the potential to be beneficial to farmers and the environment, but it needs to convince a hesitant agriculture community that it is effective and makes economic sense.
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