2015 is a pivotal year for sustainability. COP21 represents the last opportunity to strike a legally binding, global agreement on climate change, which will ultimately underpin the success of the Sustainable Development Goals in delivering equitable global development.
A recent WWF international report identifies the asset value of the world’s oceans at $24 trillion- the equivalent of the seventh largest global economy. The accuracy of this however is certainly questionable…
Having banned the burring of coal from its city centers, China now also moves to eliminate the activity from all suburbs as the fighy against air pollution intensifies, according to the National Energy Administration (NEA).
Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the UNFCCC, has been in Australia this week, urging the government to lead on tackling climate change by highlighting that even Saudi Arabia has recognised the need to diversify from fossil fuels.
Carbon Trade Exchange (CTX), the largest electronic spot trading exchange for global carbon credits, today announced the launch of a new centralized exchange platform to buy and sell allowances from the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). RGGI is the first mandatory cap-and-trade program in the United States to limit carbon dioxide (CO2) from the power sector.
Beijing and Seoul will conduct joint environmental research in the Yellow Sea as part of efforts to develop and preserve marine resources
Minneapolis-based Kilowatt Financial will offer no-money-down loans of up to 20 years to homeowners who purchase their rooftop power systems
New Green Transition Scoreboard shows global green economy investment since 2007
UK installed the most new solar energy capacity in Europe last year and is on track to retain its top-ranking position in 2015
Consumer goods giant will partner with leading mass movements to promote sustainable development before key UN climate meeting in Paris
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