A new global initiative to foster the circular economy principles backed from more than 30 international companies is set to make 2018 the year of circular economy’s shine.
Agriculture stands at a crossroads between its current contributions to greenhouse gas emissions and the number of mouths it needs to feed in the developing world.
The World Rowing Federation has become the first global sports body to make a commitment to protect UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.
The UN body for climate change is launching an online portal inviting countries, organisations and civil society to contribute to the climate dialogue and allow their voices to be heard.
Fresh analysis from S&P released this week is predicting the market for green bonds to increase to $200 billion, a 30 percent increase over the past year.
UN Environment and the World Health Organisation (WHO) have signed a new agreement to combat major development issues around the world, including air pollution, climate change, water quality, food and nutrition.
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.
The RE100 group of multinational companies pledging to run entirely on renewable energy has made astonishing progress over the past year.
Coca-Cola Company has pledged to collect and recycle the equivalent of 100 percent of its packaging worldwide, and manufacture its bottles using at least 50 percent recycled plastic by 2030.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, 11 companies have announced that they will work towards using 100 percent reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging by 2025 or earlier
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