Tech giant Apple now claims its entire global operations are powered by renewable energy.
Frozen food chain Iceland has become the first UK supermarket to remove palm oil from its own branded products.
Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and National Renewable Energy Laboratory have found significant co-benefits to setting a carbon tax in the United States.
The Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has told bankers to ramp up their focus on the financial risks posed by climate change.
Onshore wind farms in Scotland have posted a record-level of electricity generation for the start of the year.
Unilever, the company behind some of the world’s best-known consumer brands, is working on pioneering new technology to convert hard-to-recycle plastic back into high-quality packaging.
The world-renowned department store Selfridges is to ditch single-use plastic carbonated drinks from all of its stores.
New figures from the German automotive association KBA have shown a drop off in sales of diesel cars, topping off a poor run of news for European car manufacturers.
The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, held each year on 6th April, was launched by the UN to highlight sport’s unique contribution to human development.
When the International Maritime Organization meets in London next week, climate change and reducing carbon emissions will be high on the agenda.
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