Earth Day 2018 is here and will be celebrated on Sunday (22 April) around the world.
HSBC, one of the world’s largest financial institutions, has made new commitments to stop financing the most carbon intensive energy projects.
Fresh analysis of the electric vehicle market has shown China and Norway dominating in terms of sales and market share.
More than 170 religious leaders from all over the world have urged governments from the Commonwealth to “turn words into action” and stop dangerous climate change.
BP’s Chief Executive, Bob Dudley, has told an audience in London that the petroleum giant will place a cap on carbon emissions out to 2025.
The UK’s Prime Minister, Theresa May, is using a meeting of Commonwealth nations this week to accelerate action against plastic pollution.
A landmark agreement to officially combat carbon emissions in the shipping sector has finally been reached in London.
New data for the first quarter of 2018 have shown an initial drop in investment for clean energy.
Warming oceans are causing a direct increase in the number of so-called marine heatwaves around the world, according to new research from a coalition of Australian academics.
Nestlé has joined the growing number of multinational companies, which are recognising their crucial role in reducing the amount of global plastic waste.
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