British food retailer Iceland continues to take the lead on sustainability issues.
Sixty investors have urged the oil and gas sector to do more on climate change and “take responsibility” for its carbon emissions.
At a meeting in Nigeria this week, nine African cities pledged to cut carbon emissions to zero within the next three decades.
One of the largest studies of its kind has found significant benefits to keeping global temperatures to 1.5C over 2C.
The need to decarbonise all parts of the economy means leaving no blind spots.
New analysis has shown mixed results for the performance of European cities in their efforts to tackle the looming challenge of climate change.
Climate Action spoke to Kate Murtagh, Chief Compliance Officer and Managing Director, Sustainable Investment at the Harvard Management Company about Harvard’s sustainable investment and engagement strategies.
Ecosphere+ and Climate Action partnering to offset carbon emissions for 2018 events
New data from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has detailed the vital importance renewable energy is now playing to remote communities.
Global tourism contributes an estimated 8 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new study on the issue, claimed to be the world’s first.
Insurance giant Allianz has announced it will no longer support the coal industry in a move designed to support the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Wimbledon, the iconic tennis venue, will ditch plastic straws at this year’s tournament, replacing them instead with recyclable alternatives.
Barclays’ annual general meeting in London may have been disrupted by climate change protesters this week, but the bank has made steady progress on sustainability.