Climate Action Newsletter
Macron pledges 700 million euros to fund solar projects worldwide
France will greatly increase the amount of funding it provides to solar power projects in developing countries by 2022.
Coalition of Commonwealth scientists urge stronger action on climate
22 national academies from around the Commonwealth have released a statement to increase climate action ahead of a major meeting in London next month.
Renault-Nissan aims to leapfrog competition on new battery technology
Reports have come out that the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is aiming to take the lead in new solid-state battery technology.
Climate shocks and conflict are increasing hunger, says new UN report
Extreme weather events and internal conflicts across the world are exacerbating hunger and insecurity, according to the UN’s food agency.
Tom Steyer talks to Climate Action
The billionaire hedge fund manager and philanthropist spoke to us recently about battery storage, US climate policy, and the Paris Agreement.
Ecosphere+ and Climate Action partnering to offset carbon emissions at events
Climate Action is now working with Ecosphere + to offset carbon emissions at all its 2018 events. Starting at the Sustainable Investment Forum in Paris today.
European Commission unveils new Action Plan on sustainable finance
The European Commission has produced its strategy to make sustainability a key component of the financial sector within Europe for years to come.
Giant Spanish bank announces €100 billion plan to fight climate change
BBVA, the second largest bank in Spain, has launched a major new financing initiative to support sustainable development in the coming years.