The World Bank has warned that climate change could push tens of millions of people in the developing world to migrate both inside and outside their own countries.
A major new report for the UK Government has highlighted the huge economic potential presented by the world’s oceans.
New research led by Duke University has found that tougher policies on fossil fuel emissions could prevent up to 153 million premature deaths in the immediate term.
The UK’s capital is making progress towards reducing high levels of air pollution through the uptake of new electric vehicles and charging points.
Eric Usher, head of the UN Environment’s Finance Initiative, recently said that the SDGs have “come forward very quickly, faster than I would have thought”.
Multinational corporations are fast making the change to a zero-carbon future, and McDonald’s has decided to play a lead role in its adoption.
Climate Action caught up with Flavia Micilotta, Executive Director, Eurosif, on scaling up low carbon investment and her participation in the first Sustainable Investment Forum Europe.
Ecosphere+ and Climate Action partnering to offset carbon emissions for 2018 events
On 13th March, Climate Action, in official partnership with the UN Environment’s Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), held the Sustainable Investment Forum Europe in Paris.
A new global alliance has been launched today to help scale-up the green finance sector.
New data has shown that 102 cities around the world are now sourcing at least 70 percent of their electricity from renewables.
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is aiming to take the lead in new solid-state battery technology.
The European Commission has produced its strategy to make sustainability a key component of the financial sector within Europe for years to come.