Light Rail Transit networks and the Deep Lake water cooling project are just two examples of how Toronto is employing technological solutions to urban sustainability issues. David Miller, former Mayor of Toronto, spoke with Climate Action about the future of urban growth.
The former President of Costa Rica and President of the Carbon War Room, José María Figueres, discusses carbon offsetting and scalable clean technologies with Climate Action
Lietcorp specialise in innovative LED technologies for commercial lighting applications and they work with business around the world, providing improved lighting quality and lowering carbon footprints. We caught up with Mark Blythe, Chairman of Lietcorp, to discuss how LED's are revolutionising commercial lighting.
Franco Fusignani, Brand President at New Holland Agriculture, discusses technological innovations, energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy in the agriculture industry.
Upsolar, a leading developer and producer of PV modules, has offices across Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas, and is helping to accelerate global solar energy adoption. Climate Action caught up with Upsolar's CEO, Mr. Zhe Jiang, to find out more about how smart modules are reducing costs and promoting renewable energy expansion.
Verne Global owns and operates a data centre campus in Iceland and offers 100% carbon neutral solutions through a range of server density options and energy efficient techniques. Lisa Rhodes, Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Market Development at Verne Global discussed the key topics in the industry with Climate Action.
Philips East Africa plays a crucial role in building the region’s infrastructure through participation in essential electricity and energy saving projects. Tamer Abol Ghar highlights some of the key challenges and opportunities in the region.
The Wonderbag is made from an insulated material in which people can cook anything without the use of additional energy and so significantly reduces carbon emissions. Climate Action sat down with Sarah Collins, Wonderbag’s founder, to find out more.
The National Non-Food Crops Centre was founded in 2003 and has grown to become a leading consultancy focused on understanding biorenewable markets and technologies. The NNFCC offers global companies pioneering services and acts as an advisor to the UK Government. NNFCC's CEO, Dr Tomkinson, spoke to William Brittlebank at Climate Action to discuss the future of the industry.
Now working as both the Minister for Cities and the Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Clark is helping to implement real change across the UK with the City Deals initiative.
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