Luxury designer Stella McCartney has spoken of the urgent need to transform the fashion industry to become more sustainable.
- Stella McCartney says fashion is “swamping the planet”
- UK chosen as ‘world-class’ location to test massive new offshore wind turbines
- Revolutionise African farming methods to overcome climate change, says UN
- Green Sports Alliance Summit
- Commonwealth agrees to accelerate efforts to keep global temperatures to 1.5C
- FIFA launches new carbon offset campaign for 2018 World Cup
- Banking giant Wells Fargo will commit $200 billion in sustainable financing by 2030
- Michael Bloomberg will write the UN a $4.5 million check to meet climate commitments
- Green Climate Fund commits a further $80 million to climate change adaptation projects
- This year’s London Marathon will trial compostable cups
The UK continues to play the role of global leader in nurturing new offshore wind technology.
Two UN agencies are pushing for new farming techniques in Africa to address concerns over food security.
Exchanging thinking around greening the sports industry and engaging fans and communities.
The 53 leaders of the Commonwealth have agreed to work harder on keeping global temperatures to within 1.5 degrees Celsius.
FIFA, the international governing body for soccer, is teaming up with the UN to encourage fans to offset their carbon emissions ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Wells Fargo will accelerate its commitments to tackling climate change with new plans to support low-carbon and conservation businesses.
President Trump won’t be happy. Scotland is fast becoming the go-to destination for offshore wind innovation, and the project he spent so long opposing is leading the way.
Portugal has produced so much renewable electricity that it has outstripped the entire country’s consumption for the month of March.
This week saw the opening of a unique store in the Netherlands where items on its aisles are completely free from plastic packaging.
The potential for the tides to generate clean, reliable electricity has taken a significant step this month with the completion of a flagship project in Scottish waters.