A new report from the International Energy Agency for the G20 Italy Presidency examines how cities can be a key to a net-zero emissions future as digitalisation opens up a range of new opportunities.
New report shows 40pc of all food grown goes uneaten, contributing to 10pc of global greenhouse emissions
Today, WWF and Tesco published ‘Driven to Waste’, a new report that quantifies the total amount of food lost on farms globally, revealing an estimated 2.5 billion tonnes of food goes uneaten around the world each year.
Governments worldwide are deploying an unprecedented amount of fiscal support aimed at stabilising and rebuilding their economies, but only about 2% of this spending has been allocated to clean energy measures
High level meetings between the US Energy Secretary, Special Presidential Climate Envoy, World Bank President, prominent Senators and other senior figures have underscored the need for greater international cooperation.
Global electricity demand growing faster than renewables, driving strong increase in generation from fossil fuels
A new IEA report shows a 5% rise in electricity demand in 2021 with almost half the increase met by fossil fuels, notably coal, threatening to push CO2 emissions from the power sector to record levels in 2022.
Giant pandas are no longer classified as endangered but are still vulnerable, Chinese officials say.
The UN has drafted a Paris-style agreement that focuses on curbing biodiversity loss by eliminating plastic pollution, reducing pesticide use by two-thirds, halving the rate of invasive species introduction, and eliminating £360bn of harmful environmental government subsidies a year.
Eight of the world’s leading insurers and reinsurers have made an historic commitment to play their part in accelerating the transition to a net-zero emissions economy, as required by the Paris Agreement.
Across UK cities, a meadows revolution is rising. City councils are letting the grass grow as a means to create ‘managed messiness’ for wildlife to thrive.