The chief executive of AXA famously remarked last year that a 4 degree world is “uninsurable”.
Leading nations have pledged to set more stringent goals and “lead from the front” to reduce greenhouse gas emissions before 2020.
New analysis has found large numbers of children in the UK are breathing in toxic air.
The Indian Government has signalled its intention to launch the largest tender for new solar power capacity in the world.
The EU has completed a “hat-trick” of agreements this week which, if implemented, will transform Europe into a truly low-carbon and green continent.
President Emmanuel Macron has given the go ahead to six new offshore wind farms off France’s west coast.
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.
AT&T has added to its growing renewables portfolio with a deal to buy 300 megawatts of wind power.
Renault Group has announced a major investment in the production of electric vehicles in France.
Samsung has become the latest international company to take the significant step towards obtaining 100 percent of its energy from clean sources.
A new report from Green Alliance has found the untapped opportunities for the UK to source most of its plastic demand from recycling.
IKEA has added to its rich array of sustainability pledges by planning to become a truly circular business by 2030.