The world’s largest sovereign fund has been given permission to ditch investments in fossil fuels.
A new report by BP has found that the global emissions are on the rise.
Research, released by C40 Cities, finds that consumption-based emissions from almost 100 of the world’s biggest cities represent 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions.
Today marks a momentous decision from Theresa May to end the UK’s contribution to climate change by 2050.
Scottish Power has announced plans to build vast battery to improve the UK’s wind and solar energy.
Michael Bloomberg has pledged $500 million under a new campaign ‘Beyond Carbon’ towards ending US coal production.
Gatwick airport has teamed with Starbucks for a new reusable cup trial.
The British multinational investment bank Barclays has entered RE100, a global initiative committing to source 100% renewable electricity for their global operations by 2030.
Canary Wharf, the Estate at the heart of London’s capital, has become the first commercial centre in the world to be awarded a ‘Plastic Free Community’ status one year after the launch of their plastic reduction scheme.
A new study has found that humans are ingesting up to 200,000 pieces of microplastic every year.
António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, has declared air pollution a critical culprit of lowering life expectancy and damaging global economies on World Environment Day 2019, held by UN Environment.
The switch to zero carbon transport will save France, Italy, Spain and the UK, between 500 million and 1.3 billion each year.
The Canadian Government has launched a Climate Action Incentive Fund.
Waitrose has announced the start of their new plastic free trial.
The International Renewable Energy Agency released a report on May 29th reaffirming renewable power as the “cheapest source of electricity”.
National Grid ESO has confirmed that for the first time ever the UK has gone coal-free for an entire fortnight.
The UK Government has announced plans to increase the numbers of marine protected zones.
The World Green Building Council has published a new net-zero report.
The European Commission, European Investment Bank and Breakthrough Energy Ventures have launched ‘Breakthrough Energy Ventures Europe’: a €100m fund to support investments in clean energy on May 29th.
A new report has found that, despite Dieselgate, 33 million cars are still polluting European roads.