There is a growing demand for investment to fund countries' shifts to clean energy. But while more money is flowing into renewable projects around the world, experts say it is not happening fast enough.
Morten Strange –
The unfettered growth of our economies has come at the environment’s expense for far too long. But now that the US central bank has recognised climate change as an economic risk, it’s time to change course, writes financial analyst Morten Strange.
Michael Shafer –
In a world frozen in a futile debate on climate change, can we break the ice with win-win, sustainable solutions like biochar? Michael Shafer from NGO Warm Heart Worldwide thinks we can.
and Charles Kennel, Chris Rapley, David Victor, Stephen Briggs –
If you were a doctor, how many vital signs would you look for in your patient? In the same way, by keeping track of the other ways the environment is changing, the world can understand and respond better to climate change.
Global cooperation on climate change is certainly welcome, but governments in the industrialsed and developments must also acknowledge their unique responsibilities towards mitigation and adaptation efforts.
Free, openly available tool from Autodesk enables cities to set science-based climate targets. By Emma Stewart, Ph.D., Head of Sustainability Solutions, Autodesk and Daniel Aronson, formerly Research Lead Director, Sustainability ...