The heads of Apple, Microsoft, Unilever and many others are pressuring the government to set more ambitious emissions targets.
The responsibility of building a global response to climate change rests on big business. Even those not involved in the energy sector must overhaul the way they operate to create a real change.
What awaits the affluent traveller when international movement restrictions come to an end?
Amazon’s Climate Pledge Fund and the Gates-founded Breakthrough Energy Venture have backed an ambitious energy firm.
Speaking to the UN’s Climate Ambition Summit, the Apple CEO called for a worldwide “carbon neutral economy”.
Five major transportation companies have committed to Amazon’s vision for carbon neutrality by 2040.
Around $791 million will be issued as part of the first round of funding, which will be spread across 16 environmental organisations.
With a construction price of $20 billion, the farm will power all of the Northern Territory and a fifth of Singapore.