Investors warned of climate risks to high carbon assets
Asset owners have had fair warning that the investment landscape around the world is seriously threatened by climate change, yet the vast majority are doing little to shield themselves from its risks.
Arctic thaw linked to extreme weather in Europe and US
A new study has made the link between a thaw in Arctic ice and snow and extreme summer weather events thousands of miles away in southern Europe, the US and other regions.
‘Game on’ for UK offshore wind investment following subsidy boost
Wind farm developer Dong Energy has said it’s “game on” for offshore wind in the UK, expecting it to be able to compete with conventional fossil fuels by the end of the decade.
European development bank turns its back on dirty coal
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has become the latest public financial institution to say goodbye to old-fashioned dirty energy.
Nepal Tunza Youth Environment Network (NTYEN)
Nepal Tunza Youth Environment Network (NTYEN) is part of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Tunza long-term strategy to engage young people in environmental activities as a National Youth Environment Network to synchronize the vo...
Environmental Rehabilitation Institute For Kids (ERIK)
Environmental Rehabilitation Institute for Kids (ERIK) Trust is a growing organization working with school going kids of pre-primary and primary on environmental issues. Our major concerns is to aware school going children on their surroundin...
Australian bushfires grow more frequent and intense
The impacts of climate change are increasingly clear, as Australian bushfires have begun earlier and with greater severity. A new report from the Climate Council warns this is just the beginning.
Largest palm oil trader issues zero deforestation policy
Wilmar, the world's largest palm oil provider, has issued a zero deforestation and exploitation policy -- a victory for forest protection and the climate.
Cast your vote: Name and shame South Africa’s coal addicted utilities
The Public Eye Awards aims to name and shame the world’s worst corporations including coal addicted Eskom.
2°C temperature rise would be ‘disastrous’, warn scientists
The internationally agreed goal to limit temperatures to below 2°C could see “disastrous consequences”, according to a new study from 18 eminent scientists.
From Jordan to Jersey the energy revolution picks up pace
From Jordan to Jersey and in every country in between, there are already growing examples that the clean energy revolution is taking root in the towns, cities and countries across the world.
UK government under fire over dirty energy obsession
The UK government is again under fire for its determination to keep the “nation hooked on dirty fossil fuels” as it delivers tax breaks for fracking firms.
Report: Threat of climate tipping points warrants early warning system
The treat of abrupt climate change disasters – such as poles melting or farmlands failing – is real, imminent and requires an early warning system, warns a new report.