COP28, regenerative agriculture and the Future Homes Standard: BusinessGreen’s most read stories of the week

UAE consensus delivers landmark agreement for transition away from fossil fuels

Historic agreement that was broken minutes after the start of the last plenary meeting at the COP28 climate summit in Dubai.

– by Cecilia Keating (@cecilia_keating) and James Murray (@James_BG)

Future Home Standard: Government announces plans to make all new homes ‘net zero ready’ from 2025

Government consultation acknowledges there is ‘no practical way’ for new homes to include fossil fuel or hydrogen boilers and achieve ‘significant’ carbon savings.

– by Stuart Stone (@steen26)

‘Bring Agriculture Back to Its Roots’: Mars, McDonald’s and PepsiCo Promote Plans for a $1.2 Trillion Regenerative Agriculture Campaign

The Sustainable Markets Initiative’s Agribusiness Task Force is launching a blended finance framework designed to make regenerative agriculture financially viable for farmers around the world.

– by Stuart Stone (@steen26)

COP28: More than 800 CEOs and leaders demand ‘strongest possible outcome’ as talks enter critical phase

COP28 President Sultan Al Jaber refuses to be inspired by calls for a phase-out of fossil fuels, but insists there is “a sense that something unprecedented is possible” at the Dubai summit.

– by Michael Holder (@michaelholder) and Cecilia Keating (@cecilia_keating)

The climate theory of everything

A personal essay about how the climate crisis is reshaping everything and why COP28 is much more important than you think.

– by James Murray (@James_BG)

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