The University of Bristol has announced that it has successfully divested a majority of its holdings in the most carbon intensive sectors.
The French minister for foreign affairs has stated that if the US administration follows through with the country’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement the negotiations about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTip) will not be successful.
Aiming to be the world’s largest virtual solar plant, the state government of South Australia has partnered with Tesla to roll out a network of at least 50,000 home solar and battery systems.
A newly established venture is working to establish a first-of-its-kind pilot steel plant to be fuelled with hydrogen, aiming to turn Sweden’s steel industry fossil fuels free by 2035.
"If you are not a climate-aware investor, then you are fundamentally not doing your job," said Brian Deese from investment firm BlackRock.
The University of Birmingham was recognised for its green initiatives across its campuses and the carbon emissions targets it achieved 3 years early than initially planned.
Americans are taking to their electric vehicles (EV) in droves, according to data released by charging network EVgo.
Swedish multinational IKEA has announced it is buying 25,000 acres of forest in the US state of Alabama.
The African Development Bank is unveiling its plan to help connect 29.3 million people in the continent with electricity by 2020.
Hackney and Islington councils in London are currently consulting on a scheme to ban petrol and diesel vehicles from the area’s central streets during the peak commuter periods to mitigate air pollution levels.
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