“Wow, you sure sound like you’re anti-business….” That was what an audience member said to me after I gave a recent talk. I found the remark curious, considering I spoke about the important role businesses must play in solving today’s…
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.