An overwhelming majority of BP shareholders have backed a resolution forcing the company to be more transparent about its impact on climate change.
The race for Number 10 heated up this week as the five main political parties released their manifestos ahead of next month's General Election. So, who's now leading the pack when it comes to energy and climate change?
Global IT giant Apple has announced it is greening its operations further by building more renewable energy capacity and offsetting its paper supply chain's impact.
Chief executives of 43 companies have published an open letter to world leaders, calling for an "ambitious climate deal" in Paris 2015.
Cosmetics giant L'Oreal has reported significant gains on emissions, water use and waste, 18 months after launching a broad sustainable development plan.
With less than a month to go until the General Election, political parties have been setting out their stalls by releasing their election manifestos, grabbing most of the headlines this week.
Action inspires action. Stay ahead of the curve with sustainability and energy newsletters from edie