US researchers have found that using drones instead of truck deliveries could reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy use.
The Church of England has marked the start of the Lent festival by challenging Christians to use less plastic during the 40-day period.
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.
The world’s first floating offshore wind farm has performed better than expected after its initial three months of operation.
A new report has found that the United States now sources almost one-fifth of all its power from renewable energy.
World Sailing, the global governing body for the sport, has announced that it has been awarded with a coveted sustainability standard.
Climate Action caught up with Flavia Micilotta, Executive Director, Eurosif, on scaling up low carbon investment and her participation in the first Sustainable Investment Forum Europe.
PRESS RELEASE – 6 November 2017, London, UK – Last September, UK-based Climate Action announced, at its second Sustainable Investment Forum USA, the launch of a European Forum, which will also be focusing on climate finance.
The 23rd Winter Olympic games has opened in what it is hoped will be one of the most sustainable events in the tournament’s history.
AT&T has agreed to purchase 520 megawatts of renewable energy, in what is being signalled as one of the largest corporate agreements to date.
London City Airport has announced its plan to phase out plastic straws across all its food and drink outlets becoming the first UK airport to adopt such a measure.
Renewable technologies, covering wind, solar and biomass, have beaten coal generation for the first time in the EU, according to the latest figures for 2017.
The London Knights ice hockey team in Canada has recently implemented a range of sustainability initiatives, including planting trees for every save its goalkeeper makes.