New research led by Duke University has found that tougher policies on fossil fuel emissions could prevent up to 153 million premature deaths in the immediate term.
Multinational corporations are fast making the change to a zero-carbon future, and McDonald’s has decided to play a lead role in its adoption.
22 national academies from around the Commonwealth have released a statement to increase climate action.
Climate Action recently interviewed billionaire philanthropist Tom Steyer on new energy technologies and climate change in the US.
Swedish furniture giant IKEA has released its annual sustainability report which details the strong advancements the company has made in the field.
Fresh analysis has highlighted the dramatic fall in carbon emissions within the UK, reaching a new low unseen in normal times for 128 years.
L'Oréal has signed a new deal to source its electricity from a landfill gas site in Kentucky.
Major players in America’s telecommunications industry are not doing enough to reduce carbon emissions and make the transition to renewable energy.
Coal India, the world’s largest coal producing company, has admitted that renewables could soon become the dominant energy supply in the country.
The Irish Government has announced plans to spend €22 billion over the next four years to aid the country’s journey to a low-carbon and climate resilient economy.
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