The city of Stuttgart in Germany will impose bans on diesel vehicles during periods of high-pollution beginning in 2018, according to state officials
A new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) highlights the multiple reasons for New Zealand’s success in renewables and smart energy systems, as well as outlining the required steps to reform its heat and transport sectors
Benedito Braga, President of the World Water Council (WWC), describes how climate change is affecting the natural water cycle and points out the necessity for water infrastructure adaptation and finance.
Eduardo Paes, Mayor of Rio de Janeiro and Chair of the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, calls on national governments and international financial institutions to help finance the transition to a low-carbon, resilient and economically sustainable future for millions of urban citizens.
Climate Action is delighted to feature an exclusive interview with Erik Solheim, the newly elected Head of UN Environment.
Climate Action spoke with Ms Carmen Gisela Vergara, Secretary General of the Secretariat of Central American Economic Integration (SIECA), about the challenges and opportunities being presented by climate change and the green economy in Central America
Join us at the 2nd Sustainable Innovation in Sport on 22-23 February, 2017 in Munich, Germany – a 2 day meeting bringing together stakeholders and influencers who are engendering positive environmental impacts through sport. This event follows a highly successful first edition of Sustainable Innovation in Sport 2015 which took place during COP21 in Paris.
This two day meeting will deep dive into the economic, political and societal opportunities that enhancing sustainability in sports can offer to stakeholders in the industry, will amplify and bring awareness to current initiatives that are changing the face of the international sports and sustainability space, as well as focus on new policy and technologies that can be significant game changers.