The Seychelles has announced it has established vast new marine protected areas in the size of Great Britain.
- Unique conservation deal creates massive new marine parks in the Seychelles
- Porsche stops production of all its diesel cars
- UEFA and the European Commission join forces for sustainability
- One million trees pledged to create ‘Trump Forest’
- UK Government loses latest court case on reducing air pollution
- BP predicts a 400% growth in renewable energy by 2040
- UK carbon emissions fall as renewable energy soars
- IKEA offers UK customers 100% renewable energy tariff
- New €300 million investment to help steer green shipping
- Food insecurity in Africa is “very strongly related to climate change”
In the latest move towards cleaner forms of transport, Porsche has confirmed that it is putting an end to diesel engines in its cars.
A new agreement has been signed to further sustainable development at Europe’s football grounds, sports facilities and stadiums.
One million trees have been pledged by people around the world to offset President Donald Trump’s anti-climate policies.
The UK Government has lost its third court case on tackling air pollution when a High Court judge today ruled its current plans as “seriously flawed” and “unlawful”.
BP has published its yearly forecast for the global energy market this week, and the oil giant sees renewable energy playing a commanding role in the future.
The UK’s electricity sector is continuing to change at an astonishing rate with fossil fuels in decline, while renewable energy tops new heights.
Renewable technologies, covering wind, solar and biomass, have beaten coal generation for the first time in the EU, according to the latest figures for 2017.
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.
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 famous Lake Tahoe resorts in California will be the first ski facilities in the US to operate on 100 percent renewable energy, eliminating emissions which would be a threat to the industry’s future.