Blue & Green Daily: Thursday 19 February headlines
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19 February headlines
Citigroup sets $100 billion funding goal for green projects
Citigroup Inc plans to lend, invest and facilitate deals worth $100 billion by 2025 to support projects that will fight climate change and protect the environment. Bloomberg.
London could become ‘Britain’s Atlantis’: Map shows how the capital would be lost if the polar ice caps melted
If the worst case scenario predictions about rising sea levels are accurate, the majority of London could one day be lost underwater. The study shows what damage could be caused if the ice sheets melt due to climate change. Daily Mail.
No fracking boom for Britain, says BP
Fracking will not prove to be a big new source of energy in Britain and any future shale gas production will be of “no great significance”, BP has claimed. The Times.
HSBC scandal: Swiss offices searched as prosecutors probe alleged money laundering
Swiss prosecutors are investigating the country’s are of HSBC for suspected money laundering as the scandal over the bank’s alleged tax avoidance schemes deepens. Independent.
Big oil must adapt to new era of lower prices, says Lord Browne
Former chief executive of BP, Lord Browne says oil companies must make long-term changes and play a bigger role in climate change debate. Telegraph.
How sustainability disclosure creates competitive advantage – Entrepreneur
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