China is planning to roll out its national market in 2016 and the government is close to finalising rules for what will be the biggest emissions trading scheme in the world, according to officials on Sunday
- Solar and wind projects underway in Chile's Atacama region as government targets major new climate laws
- ‘3for2’ concept in Singapore signals new phase in green building
- Rockefeller Foundation opens 100 Resilient Cities challenge 2014
- ACT government targets carbon neutrality
- Ebola epidemic being driven by deforestation and climate change
- BMW launch EV series in Singapore
The Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States opened in Apia, Samoa on Monday, and the talks will focus on getting countries to pledge their support for small islands at risk from the effects of climate change.
The French government has re-affirmed its commitment to helping the international community finalise a "legally binding" climate change agreement at the United Nations’ summit in Paris in 2015
A passionate advocate for the financial, social and environmental benefits that ‘green’ building can confer, Jane Henley, as CEO of the World Green Building Council, is committed to driving a market transformation in the construction sector. She spoke to William Brittlebank at Climate Action about the Council's activities in developing countries and the Sustainable Cities Initiative
The deadly Ebola epidemic in West Africa has been partly caused by deforestation and climate change according to new evidence from experts.
Climate Action speaks to Marcelo Miranda, CEO of Precon Engenharia, the Brazilian construction company that for over 50 years has been a market leader in industrialised and sustainable real estate development