Tag: climate change

Iain WattNovember 5, 2018
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Businesses must prepare for inevitable climate change, writes Forum For The Future’s Iain Watt The release of the IPCC’s Special Report on 1.5°C has, quite rightly, caused much reflection (although insufficient furore) amongst the corporate sustainability community. Here are four insights we took from reading the report, along with our thoughts on the implications for our …

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Air pollution is the ‘new tobacco’, the head of the World Health Organisation has warned, saying the simple act of breathing is killing seven million people a year and harming billions more. Over 90 per cent of the world’s population suffers toxic air and research is increasingly revealing the profound impacts on the health of …

Zubair KazmiSeptember 19, 2018
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At a time when new research breakthroughs are needed in renewable energy, R&D investment is lagging, writes Zubair Kazmi To reverse the snowballing effects of climate change, we must move towards a zero-carbon emission economy at the very least— and as soon as possible. That is the resounding consensus throughout the scientific community. To call …

Alicia BullerSeptember 14, 2018
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Impact4All speaks to Nick Beglinger, co-founder and CEO of C21, about Hack4Climate – the world’s first hackathon initiative for saving the planet Innovation in technology is critical to the quest to curb climate change. Hack4Climate (H4C), a climate-driven hackathon, aims to pit the wits of the world’s best coders against some of the planet’s most pressing …

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New funding of more than £100m ($140 m) to develop e-mobility vehicles has been announced by UK PM British prime minister Theresa May told the Zero Emission Vehicle Summit in Birmingham on Tuesday she wanted Britain to be ‘a leader in green technology’. The £106m funding boost will also cover research and development for new …

Alicia BullerSeptember 6, 2018
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The CEO of REC Solar, one of Europe’s largest solar energy companies, has called for radically higher government renewable energy targets. “The EU’s new target of 32 per cent renewables by 2030 is a really nice improvement, which requires a doubling of current solar implementation in Europe,” Steve O’Neil told Impact4All.  “But our research says …

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Frankfurt must ban high-pollution older diesel vehicles from parts of the city from next February as part of a plan to improve air quality, the German administrative court ruled on Wednesday. The decision by the court in Wiesbaden on a case brought by environmental group Deutsche Umwelthilfe (DUH) came after a landmark ruling by Germany’ …

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A coalition of 26 Caribbean nations is joining forces to drive forward low-carbon and climate-smart solutions. The group of countries, including Jamaica, St Lucia and Barbados, will work to develop sustainable societies which can respond to the growing threats posed by climate change. The coalition is joined by 40 private sector organisations, including the Clinton …


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