News & Resources
All the latest news, events and thinking on the transition to green and fair economies.
Economics versus biodiversity?
The Dasgupta Review is here - and if implemented, it could have a revolutionary impact on our planetary future. But that's a big "if"
Can steel ever be green?
Steelmakers are starting to embrace sustainable production. But if we're serious about decarbonisation, do we need alternatives?
We can't fight climate change without valuing nature
A new study finds that climate economics could be grossly underestimating the cost of damages to natural systems.
How debt for climate and nature swaps can support a green recovery
A new financing tool could help emerging economies protect nature, fund climate action and strengthen their economies - all at the same time
Green recovery is the only sane response to COVID
We must make sure that in rebuilding from the current crisis, we don't lock ourselves into the next one, says GEC convenor Oliver Greenfield
2021: A turning point for the global economy
2020 was a year of lockdowns and unrest. But it also sowed the seeds for some dramatic change. Is a green recovery around the corner?
Green economy news round-up, January 2021
All the green economy news stories from the past month, digested and curated by our team
Small business and COVID - an engine of recovery
How small enterprises can be better supported as part of the COVID Green Recovery efforts