EKOenergy is a network of European environmental NGOs promoting the use of sustainable electricity. Currently, there are 34 members from 26 European countries. EKOenergy is also an ecolabel for electricity, managed by the EKOenergy network. T...
Sign the petition: Grant federal recognition to the United Houma Nation
Sign the petition to support the indigenous people of the United Houma Nation in their appeal to the U.S. Government for federal recognition.
UAE: 100 MW of capacity planned in £900m solar power project
The United Arab Emirates could soon be adding another 100 MW of solar PV power to the country, with new plans announced by the Federal Electricity and Water Authority (FEWA).
Józef Niemiec: What is just transition, and why do we all need to get behind it?
Without the backing of workers and their families, in Europe and elsewhere, ambitious climate action will simply not happen.
Shareholders vote puts climate risk on BP’s agenda
Shareholders overwhelmingly backed a resolution this week that will force the fossil fuel behemoth BP to focus much more on climate risk in its annual reporting.
Ilario D’Amato: Economies that go 100% renewable could save $520 billion a year
Adopting targets to go 100% renewable could save the world’s biggest economies a combined US$520 billion each year according to a new report, a fact which is reflected in the growing number of businesses going 100% renewable in the US.
Russia and Canada ahead of tropical countries in global deforestation list
Tropical countries, especially Brazil and Indonesia, have been known as the nations with the highest deforestation rates in the world.
The Global Citizens’ Initiative
The Global Citizens’ Initiative (TGCI) is a portal that serves to connect, inspire and empower a community of active citizens to exchange ideas and propose actionable solutions to the challenges of today’s globalized world. They do this...
Tell the US Forest Service: Protect the Klamath National Park
Submit a public comment to the US Forest Service today and tell them that the Klamath National Forest should be protected, not logged.
Divestment campaigners turn up the heat on Harvard
Harvard student activists have targeted campus buildings in their latest effort to get the world’s richest university to divest from fossil fuels.
Climate urgency signalled by some Canadian Premiers, others backpeddle on progress
Despite accusations of Ottawa’s piggybacking off provincial initiatives, provincial Premiers paved the way for new climate policy yesterday -- yet much remains to be done.
Louisa Casson: EU INDC – A teacher’s report on Europe’s growing pains
Having announced its first ‘climate and energy package’ in 2008, Europe is now at the shy, teenage stage of decarbonisation.
Thousands take to the streets in coal power protest in Heyaun, China
Amid growing public awareness of the dangers of air pollution, thousands of residents of Heyaun, China have taken to the streets to protest coal power in the region.
Vancouver commits to 100% renewable power
After a unanimous decision by the city council, Vancouver has committed to being powered 100% by renewable sources.
Tanzania makes disaster management top priority
In response to increasing threats of extreme and unpredictable weather related to climate change, the Tanzanian government has implemented a new law that will address disaster management.
Thousands set to join biggest climate march in Canadian history
This Saturday (11 April), thousands will gather in Quebec City for what is anticipated to be the biggest climate march in Canadian history.