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A bold and broad US climate change and clean energy plan includes $35b in funding

Bill Gates,  Microsoft’s co-founder and one of the world’s richest men and most prolific philanthropists, has just released a bold and broad new plan on how the U.S. could take the lead in the fight a…

Fears of climate ‘apocalypse’ stopping many from having children: New study

People concerned about the climate crisis are making the choice not to have children due to fears that their offspring would have to struggle through a climate apocalypse. This was according to the fi…

Green Recovery Priority in New EU Mammoth Budget Dubbed NextGenerationEU

The European Commission, the European Parliament and EU leaders have agreed on a coronavirus recovery plan which includes an increase of the climate action spending target to 30%. That is 30% of a mam…

Green investing gain strong support and momentum in Australia

Investment strategies that take climate change into account as a financial threat are becoming common practice for pension funds. According to the former head of Australian Cbus, David Atkin, the prac…

Climate change transformation biggest driver of organisational change

Climate change transformation looks set to be the biggest driver of organisational change over the coming decades. For most businesses, this will be like a natural extension of — not a break with — t…

A Major Australian Scientific Report Claims That Climate Change Is Already Here

Australia is already experiencing climate change and its future is bound to contain more fire seasons and large weather events, such as severe cyclones, long-lasting droughts, and major flooding that…

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Massive swing in media reporting of climate science: New study

A new study of thousands of articles just discovered that 90% of media coverage represented the scientific consensus stating that human activity is responsible for global warming. This represents an increase from 50% 16 years ago.

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United Nations Welcomes Paying.Green® as Participant Member in UN Global Compact

The United Nations Global Compact, New York, has announced today that Paying.Green® has joined as a Participant.

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Australia Ranks Dead Last in World For Climate Action, According to Recent UN Report

Australia has come in last place for climate action according to the United Nations latest Sustainable Development Report. The report aims to assess the progress of nations towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. The latest edition of the report, which is produced by the UN-supported Sustainable Development Solutions Network, saw …

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Corporate Accountability for Climate Impact: New Legal Norm

Experts state that scientific advances are bound to make it easier to attribute climate breakdown associated damages to the activities of companies. Companies could soon be facing a renewed movement of legal action seeking to hold them accountable for their greenhouse gas emissions, as a result of advances in climate …

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NATO Turns To Face Climate Threat

Leaders of the Western military alliance have agreed to a climate action plan that makes their armed forces carbon-neutral by 2050

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The most important scientific discovery of our time: NetFlix

Netflix states that the film, just released, centres around David Attenborough and Swedish Professor Johan Rockström’s research and records “the most important scientific discovery of our time.

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New IEA report gives meaning to Net Zero – five key insights

The IEA has released its long-awaited roadmap highlighting how the globe’s energy sector could slash its planet-heating emissions to net zero in 30 years

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Lowering Methane Emissions Is The Fastest Way To Slow Global Heating- UN Report

The new UN report discovered that methane emissions can be halved by 2030 with existing technology and at a reasonable cost. A large proportion of the actions involved will actually make money

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Increasing Climate Change Promises are Moving the Needle

Recent and increasing promises concerning climate change made by major countries could bring the earth a fraction closer to the possibility of a more stable climate.

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