Low Carbon Technology Partnership Initiative (LCTPi) is a unique, action-oriented program that brings together companies and partners to accelerate the development and deployment of low-carbon technology solutions to stay below the 2°C ceiling.More
Ten companies, including Philips Lighting, plan to implement voluntary guidelines in full in accordance with the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures.More
What makes science-based targets different from other emissions-reduction targets? The short answer is that they align with the aggressive emissions reduction pathways outlined by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.More
“What we are witnessing is the birth of a new era in solar PV,” CEO Birol at IEA said. According to the IEA’s report on Wednesday, renewables accounted for nearly two-thirds of net new power capacity in 2016.
Chocolate giant Mars announced its $1 billion ‘Sustainability in a Generation’ climate change plan
Mars announced the roll out of a $1 billion investment to help cut greenhouse gas emissions across its value chain by 67% by 2050.More
Approximately 375,000 electric vehicles were manufactured by Chinese OEMs in 2016, an impressive 43 percent of the production worldwide.
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Sometimes big leadership comes from small places.
Take islands – the island Samsoe, Denmark is an example to follow for all others in the world.
Private virksomheder verden over er helt centrale spillere i forbindelse med omstilling af verden til større bæredygtighed.More
Financial Times 8/5 2017:
A coalition of 200 large investors that collectively oversee $15tn in assets, have sent a letter to the G7 group of influential countries, calling on their governments to uphold their promises to tackle climate change according to the Paris agreement.More
As climate risks loom larger in the corporate world — threatening the long-term viability of certain supply chains and product lines, not to mention reputation — how can corporate boards of director’s gauge and respond to them more thoughtfully and effectively?More