In June, wind turbines produced 1,039,001MWh, which could meet Scotland’s energy needs for 6 consecutive days.
China continues to demonstrate its growing commitment to sustainability. On July 18th, the Asian nation announced to the World Trade Organization (WTO) that it would no longer be importing foreign garbage shipments.
UN Environment published a new report – the “Green Finance Progress Report” – showing the development of new financial products and encouraging policies to bridge the funding gap in sustainable investment.
The UK’s first commercial geothermal power station- which would be based in the coastal town of Cornwall- is expected to go live as early as 2020, if £5m fundraising initiative succeeds.
UN Environment announced yesterday in a press release its new joint initiative to strengthen financial institutions’ assessment and disclosure of climate-related risks and opportunities, with eleven major banks.
Multinational tech company Apple recently announced plans to spend $921 million on a second renewables-powered data centre in Southern Denmark.
Last Saturday, leaders from around the world agreed to continue to move forward on Paris Agreement climate targets despite the US pulling out of the Agreement.
A global task force set up by the G20’s Financial Stability Board (FSB) has released its guidelines for companies to disclose the financial impact of climate-related risks and opportunities
Wave power has the potential to contribute 10 per cent of global electricity demand by 2050, according to a new report issued by UK wave technology development company Marine Power Systems (MPS)
By Allen Hershkowitz, Founding Director, Sport and Sustainability International
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