The UK retailer Marks and Spencer has joined other supermarkets in Europe, including Dutch supplier Nature & More, in their efforts to reduce packaging by removing sticky labels on fruit and vegetables
South Caribbean island, Aruba, has pledged to transition to 100 per cent renewable electricity within the next four years.
Peter Holmgren, Director General of the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), explores the fundamental role of forestry, agriculture and landscapes in mitigating climate change.
José Graziano da Silva, Director-General, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, asserts that the path to sustainable food and agriculture depends on turning climate commitments into action now.
Climate Action spoke with David McLagan, Founder and CEO of Ecoffee Cup: a brand of reusable takeaway coffee cup made with naturally organic, biodegradable bamboo fibre and non-GMO corn starch.
New Holland Agriculture is improving efficiency and productivity in the agriculture industry and launched the Clean Energy Leader strategy in 2006. Climate Action interviewed Carlo Lambro, Brand President, to find out more.
Join us at the 2nd Sustainable Innovation in Sport on 22-23 February, 2017 in Munich, Germany – a 2 day meeting bringing together stakeholders and influencers who are engendering positive environmental impacts through sport. This event follows a highly successful first edition of Sustainable Innovation in Sport 2015 which took place during COP21 in Paris.
This two day meeting will deep dive into the economic, political and societal opportunities that enhancing sustainability in sports can offer to stakeholders in the industry, will amplify and bring awareness to current initiatives that are changing the face of the international sports and sustainability space, as well as focus on new policy and technologies that can be significant game changers.