Ocean Polymers are developing an innovative solution to tackle the worldwide ocean plastic pollution problem.
In a bid to encourage the public to reduce their plastic pollution, Parliament will eliminate all single-use plastic from their catering services by 2019.
New diesel and petrol sales need to be stopped by 2030 to ensure that the Paris Agreement targets are met.
Alaska Airlines and Neste have joined together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
BBVA, the second largest bank in Spain, has launched a major new financing initiative to support sustainable development and combat climate change in the coming years.
A new global alliance has been launched today to help scale-up the green finance sector.
The Nigerian Government has spoken of its plans to seriously scale-up its green finance initiatives over the coming year.
One of the largest insurance companies in the world has announced a new climate change strategy, which includes major divestments from the coal industry.
The Canadian Government's new financial budget includes plans to invest $1.3 billion to preserve the country’s land, oceans and wildlife.
A new $95 million sustainability bond has been announced to help finance a natural rubber plantation in Indonesia.
Lloyd’s of London, is under increasing pressure to back away from supporting the coal industry.
Experts gathering in London have argued over whether China could dominate the green financing market in years to come.
The Seychelles has announced it has established vast new marine protected areas in the size of Great Britain.
IKEA has decided to enter the energy market and is claiming it can save people £300 on their energy bill.
The Dutch bank ING and the European Investment Bank (EIB) have announced a serious boost towards greening the shipping industry.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has recently approved a loan that will help a Swedish company build an innovative battery factory.
A new report has highlighted how the European Union can double its current renewable energy consumption and save billions of euros.
Singapore has announced plans to introduce a new carbon tax from 2019.
Scandinavia has long been known for its progressive tendencies, and this is particularly true when it comes to recognising climate change’s threats and opportunities.
New data from the Organisation of Economic and Co-operative Development (OECD) has shown that global taxes are currently insufficient to combat climate change.