With the world going through the biggest energy transformation since the industrial revolution, there are well-known and hidden heroes leading the way during this paradigm shift.
Lloyd’s of London has announced it will stop financing coal power projects and has joined the movement of the financial and insurance companies divesting from fossil fuels in support of climate action.
US President Donald Trump has introduced tariffs of up to 30 percent on solar panel imports into the country.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), a US government agency, has announced $23.7m of new funding to support five conservation projects in California.
The devolved government in Scotland is today launching a £60m fund to attract low-carbon innovation and investment in the country.
A new study has highlighted the decline in financial aid to fisheries in developing countries.
Targeting the finances of companies which extract and burn fossil fuels is now seen as an important way of combating dangerous climate change.
Saudi Arabia has recently announced its plans to deploy at least $7 billion worth of renewable energy projects, focusing its strategy on taking advantage of the country’s solar potential.
Inspired by the recent move by New York, the city council of Los Angeles has announced its intentions to file a lawsuit against oil and gas companies over allegations that they have consciously contributed to climate change.
New analysis from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) has shown that in 2017 global spending on clean energy projects reached $333.5 billion.
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