The Irish Government has announced plans to spend €22 billion over the next four years to aid the country’s journey to a low-carbon and climate resilient economy.
The performance of South Australia’s new lithium ion battery unit has helped “take the straw off the camel’s back”, according to a new review.
Experts gathering in London have argued over whether China could dominate the green financing market in years to come.
A new programme is being launched to equip farmers in Africa with climate-smart agricultural tools and technologies.
The Seychelles has announced it has established vast new marine protected areas in the size of Great Britain.
In the latest move towards cleaner forms of transport, Porsche has confirmed that it is putting an end to diesel engines in its cars.
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 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.
BP has published its yearly forecast for the global energy market this week, and the oil giant sees renewable energy playing a commanding role in the future.
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.