17 May 2013 | Energy, Waste Management
Fortum, the Finnish engineering company, has opened the first waste-to-energy combined heat and power plan in the Baltic region.
14 May 2013 | Agriculture, Finance & The Green Economy
African Development Bank boosts support for climate change resilience in Angola, Benin and Madagascar by accessing nearly US$18 million of adaptation finance.
13 May 2013 | Cities & the Built Environment, Telecommunications and IT
Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have a crucial role to play in tackling the developmental challenges facing cities, concluded participants attending the 8th ITU Symposium on ICT and Environment Change, held in Turin this month.
Verne Global owns and operates a data centre campus in Iceland and offers 100% carbon neutral solutions through a range of server density options and energy efficient techniques. Lisa Rhodes, Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Market Development at Verne Global discussed the key topics in the industry with Climate Action.
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Join over 1500 leaders from business, finance, accountancy, consultancy, civil society, government, labor and academia in discussing the key challenges and opportunities on the path to a more sustainable future.
The current Ethio-Egyptian diplomatic dispute over the construction of the Renaissance Dam highlights the need for regional cooperation and transparency to prevent the derailment of large sustainable energy projects by political apprehension.
Satellite to measure levels of carbon dioxide in forests given the go ahead by European Space Agency
15 May 2013 | Carbon management, Forestry
The ESA has given the green light to launch a satellite that will be dedicated to monitoring and ‘weighing’ the earth’s forests and calculate the amount of carbon dioxide they store.
24 April 2013 | Business & Industry, Asia
Mining is one of the many markets that needs to apply environmental standards to its activities as it plays a crucial role in the social and economic development in many countries.
14 May 2013 | Carbon management, Policy & Legislation
South Korea will launch its emissions trading scheme in a little over 18 months. The government has yet to finalise the design of the scheme and is currently engaged in an active dialogue with industry.
25 April 2013 | Carbon management, Cities & the Built Environment
Ecological design is an art by which we aim to restore and maintain the wholeness of the entire fabric of life increasingly fragmented by specialization, scientific reductionism, and bureaucratic division.