Europe front-runner in response to climate change
Europe will do what it takes to unlock the investment, innovation and the creativity that is needed for the green transition. This push is reflected in the EU Commission’s Green Deal, the most comprehensive response to the climate emergency the world has seen so far.
Europe's low-carbon investment opportunity
For the EU to meet its net-zero target by 2050, the economy must rapidly decarbonise. More investment is needed in transformational technologies – particularly in the materials sector. A new report reveals current levels of low-carbon capital investment must double.
Nike reaches green milestone
On track to use 100% renewables by 2025
Nike’s North American facilities are now fully powered by renewable energy. Avangrid Renewables completed commissioning of a 307-megawatt wind farm in Texas. Nike is buying 100 megawatts of the power the wind farm generates.
BP sets bold agenda
Planning to eliminate CO2 emissions
BP’s CEO set out the boldest climate plan of any major oil company, pledging to eliminate almost all of the carbon emissions from its operations and the fuel it sells to customers. This sets an ambitious agenda for what’s becoming an existential challenge for the oil industry.
Electricity out of thin air
Air-gen device generates clean energy 24/7
Laboratories at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have created the new Air-gen device that uses a natural protein to create electricity from air moisture. The new technology is non-polluting, renewable, low-cost and can generate power in areas with low humidity.
50th WEF Annual Meeting
Young change-makers at Davos 2020
“Engaging all stakeholders for a cohesive and sustainable world” was at the heart of Davos 2020, the 50th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting. For the first time, Davos opened its doors to teenagers fighting on the frontlines to secure a better future for our planet.