This week's press review includes stories about the new $1 billion cleantech fund, the decline of coal and NASA's spectacular Earth observation app.
Public and private investors are pioneering new ways to shift finance away from old, polluting technologies towards new innovations – creating jobs and growth in the process.
How are strategies like divestment and green re-investment shaping competitive advantages for nations and businesses around the world? We help you stay informed.
A new ranking shows which businesses emit the least amount of carbon per million dollars they generate in revenue.
Green bonds, seen as a key way to fund low-carbon projects, have been subject to extraordinary global growth since they were first issued in 2007. A new ⇢
A UN network that helps transfer technologies and skills from richer countries to the developing world has received a $23 million boost to scale up its ⇢
Seen as a key way to raise capital for new low-carbon projects, green bonds are on the rise and set for a record breaking year according to a major financial ⇢
The global response to climate change and the emergence of innovative new car start-ups means the automotive sector will need to transform rapidly or risk ⇢
Because what is built today will be around for a long time, it is crucial buildings, energy grids and public transport are constructed with the Paris climate ⇢
A new US government report has revealed that the cost of low-carbon technologies has plunged by as much as 94 percent since 2008. Because of a strategic shift ⇢
If it’s up to US energy secretary Ernest Moniz, Europe will have some healthy competition in the global low-carbon economy. Presidential hopeful Hillary ⇢
If you’ve founded a company with a turnover of at least €100.000, you may just win one of four EU awards for women innovators. The 2017 edition of the ⇢
If the world is to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement on climate change, trillions will need to be shifted to low carbon projects in countries across Asia ⇢
Investors around the world are excited about the low carbon economy and have organised themselves to collaborate – and to remind governments to do their bit ⇢