French President Emmanuel Macron is currently on a tour of China, and has taken the opportunity to stress the importance of transitioning to a sustainable and clean future.
After the UK government pledged to phase-out plastic microbeads in 2016, the long-anticipated ban was put into force this Tuesday marking a landmark step towards ocean protection from plastic pollution.
The Chinese government has announced that new trees to be planted in 2018 will cover at least 6.6 million hectares all over the country- an area estimated to be the size of Ireland, in a bid to become the world leader in conservation.
The British government has published its long-awaited plans for how it will implement its ambitious coal phase-out plan by 2025.
The Environmental Audit Committee has called the British government to introduce a 25p levy on single-use takeaway coffee cups and have urged for the need for all the cups to be recycled by 2023.
The Italian government has recently published a strategic paper on the promotion of a circular economy in the country, outlining its commitment to the efficient use of resources paired with support for sustainable consumption practices.
China has recently signed a memorandum of understanding to investigate the impacts of climate change in central Asia.
A new report from The Economist Intelligence Unit has highlighted the performance of ten countries in promoting sustainable tourism practices.
The Indian government has launched an ambitious floating solar power programme in order to boost the development of the niche technology and invest in the next generation of solar power.
The Scottish government has published its new Energy Strategy pledging that 50 percent of all Scotland’s energy needs, including heat, transport, and electricity will be met with renewables by 2030.
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