The chief executive of AXA famously remarked last year that a 4 degree world is “uninsurable”.
- How can the insurance industry make cities more sustainable?
- 23 nations sign pledge to step up action on climate change
- One in three UK children impacted by air pollution, says UNICEF
- India to bring forward 100,000 megawatts of new solar power
- EU aiming for zero-carbon economy “as early as possible”
- France approves six new offshore wind farms, slashes subsidy
- Development banks pump record $35 billion into climate finance
- Wind and solar will reach 50% of global generation by 2050
- London’s iconic double-decker buses are going green
- Huge change in energy investment needed to meet climate targets
Leading nations have pledged to set more stringent goals and “lead from the front” to reduce greenhouse gas emissions before 2020.
New analysis has found large numbers of children in the UK are breathing in toxic air.
The Indian Government has signalled its intention to launch the largest tender for new solar power capacity in the world.
The EU has completed a “hat-trick” of agreements this week which, if implemented, will transform Europe into a truly low-carbon and green continent.
President Emmanuel Macron has given the go ahead to six new offshore wind farms off France’s west coast.
The world’s leading development banks are spending more than ever on climate mitigation and adaptation projects within emerging economies.
The Indian Government has given planning permission to a huge new solar project which is set to become one of the largest in the world.
World Environment Day 2018 is taking place on 5th June, and this year's hosts are India.
The European Commission has handed down a new directive to tackle plastic pollution at its very heart.
Chile has approved a bill this week that will see plastic bags banned across the country.