The Climate and Environment Ministers of the G7, under UK leadership, have secured historic commitments which will put climate, biodiversity and the environment at the heart of worldwide COVID-19 recovery.
Ocean Energy Europe – the voice of the ocean energy sector in Europe and the largest network of ocean energy professionals in the world – is calling for EU-wide renewable risk mitigation schemes.
Global soy traders are not doing enough to prevent the devastating impacts of soy production on forests and other crucial ecosystems, according to a new Scorecard launched today by World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
The Nuclear Industry Association, RenewableUK and Solar Energy UK, representing Britain’s three leading zero-carbon power generators, are calling for urgent action for a binding target of 100% grid decarbonisation by 2035.
New global research conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), commissioned by WWF, shows a staggering 71% rise in popularity of searches for sustainable goods over the past five years, with continuing growth during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New polling by YouGov, commissioned by RenewableUK, shows overwhelming public support for Government prioritising investment in renewable energy with green growth plan.
A landmark report released today by the International Energy Agency details a narrow but viable pathway to net zero emissions by 2050.
The African savannah elephant and African forest elephant have been listed as separate species on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species for the first time.
South Korea has toughened existing regulations on the commercial sale of whale and whale products as part of efforts to curb illegal whale hunting activities in local waters.