The COVID-19 crisis revealed that there was an alternative to business as usual all along
To reduce agricultural emissions, consider the humble plant
Enhanced nationally determined contributions can forge the way towards a more inclusive, resilient and sustainable world after COVID-19 – and the world’s major emitters should lead the way
The level of ambition formulated by current climate policies as part of the Paris Climate process falls woefully short of what is required to put us on a 1.5°C or 2°C pathway. However, the technology exists and many of the societal transformations are already taking place. Rather than fatalism, we can scale up our ambition both inside and outside the Paris process
The Coronavirus crisis has taught us a number of lessons on how we should approach climate change
Eliminating carbon from the building and construction sector by mid-century will require radical transformation
Science-based targets take companies beyond good intentions and towards concrete commitments to operate within a 2°C pathway. With early adopters showing the clear benefits for both business and planet, we must encourage rapid widespread take-up to reduce GHGs
Thinking must start now about the kind of sustainable economic recovery needed after the pandemic
Despite financial pledges and rhetoric on the importance of climate adaptation for vulnerable nations, the lack of tangible finance flows tells a different story. If the most at-risk communities are to adapt before it’s too late, we must unblock adaptation finance now
Will nuclear energy, in the form of fusion, be the answer to the world’s demand for abundant, clean energy?
To limit global warming to 1.5ºC we will need fundamental shifts in our economic and financial policies – by 2020
The latest IPCC report outlined the devastating impact of a 2ºC temperature rise – the Paris target that we’re set to miss spectacularly – against the somewhat less bad scenario of 1.5ºC. We are now in damage limitation mode, and the window for doing even that is closing fast
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) demonstrates its commitment to mitigating climate change throughout its operations to fulfil Dubai’s energy and water needs. DEWA’s flagship plant, M-Station, epitomises this approach
Climate change poses a global threat that requires investors to be more engaged and proactive
How can the public exert more pressure on governments to take action on climate change?
We need to halve carbon dioxide emissions every decade between now and mid-century. Can we do it?
The goals of the Paris Agreement are achievable but not if we continue on the current path
We must change the way we produce and consume food if we are to protect the climate
The Jeep® brand is expanding its range of electrified models to reduce carbon emissions and environmental impact
Can the courts force governments to act on climate change?
The gateway to a low-emission, sustainable future must open wider
In a fluid political landscape, who is best placed to lead climate change action on the ground?
In a time of diplomatic dysfunction, can Europe advance climate action by example and collaboration?
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In 2008, the Italian tissue company became the first in its industry to join the WWF’s Climate Savers Programme. Since then Sofidel has been able to cut direct carbon emissions by 19.1% per ton of paper produced
FCA's Cassino plant in Italy has a zero carbon footprint and has sent zero industrial waste to landfill since 2000
Phasing out harmful chemical refrigerants and moving to natural alternatives has a number of economic and environmental benefits
Who defines Trump’s impact on the Paris Agreement? You do
In a region particularly vulnerable to climate change, the poorest are most exposed. Efforts to improve prosperity must not exacerbate the problem
Italian railway signalling specialist Ansaldo STS explains why championing the needs of society and the environment is central to the company’s business model
To tackle climate change, we need to reinvent our growth model and recognise that the UN and business need each other desperately
What legal recourse can be brought to bear on those countries or organisations that flout the Paris Agreement?