Reebok produces shoe made out of cotton and corn

10:54am - 17 August 2018

The footwear industry is taking greater steps towards sustainability.

North America, Tech. & Innovation

Coca-Cola offers discounts to UK attractions in exchange for plastic

9:08am - 17 August 2018

Coca-Cola and Merlin have teamed up to provide ‘reverse vending machines’ that will be placed on the doorsteps of the most famous UK attractions.


Solar-powered ‘smart benches’ come to south London

3:35pm - 16 August 2018

A new set of clean tech benches are being installed in the London borough of Southwark.

Europe, Tech. & Innovation

E.ON offers new energy tariff to tempt electric vehicle users

1:21pm - 16 August 2018

Energy giant E.ON has created a new tariff in the UK tailored to low-emission road users.

Europe, Transport

IKEA’s first store in India will run on solar power

12:02pm - 16 August 2018

IKEA’s first-ever store in India was overwhelmed with visitors when it opened in the southern city of Hyderabad this month.

Asia, Sustainable Energy

Low-emission parking plan unveiled for the City of London

11:01am - 16 August 2018

The body which operates London’s historic Square Mile is introducing a new environmental scheme in the area.

Europe, Transport
  “Climate change will cost the financial sector billions” - Mindy Lubber from Ceres

“Climate change will cost the financial sector billions” - Mindy Lubber from Ceres

North America, COP24

Climate Action recently caught up with Mindy Lubber, the President and CEO of Boston-based Ceres.


Ireland will raise carbon tax to tackle climate change

Europe, Carbon Reduction, Finance

The Irish Government is planning to increase the country’s carbon tax in a bid to meet its climate change goals.


Australians want higher renewable energy target, says poll

Oceania, Sustainable Energy

A new survey has suggested that ordinary Australians want renewable energy to play a greater role in the country’s future.


Global wind and solar capacity smashes 1,000 gigawatt barrier

Worldwide, Sustainable Energy

The world has now installed more than 1,000 gigawatts (GW) of wind and solar power, according to fresh data analysis.


Lloyd’s Bank to ditch financing new coal plants

Europe, Carbon Reduction, Finance

The Lloyd’s Banking Group has announced a new policy to stop funding coal-related projects.


5,500 churches in the UK turn to renewable energy

Europe, Sustainable Energy

Some of the UK’s oldest and most prominent church buildings are making the switch to 100 percent renewable energy.