low carbon economy
The commitment of many businesses to lead the transition to a low carbon economy is already yielding results.
This is the first time in more than a decade that expert respondents ranked climate change as a grave issue - a point that has not escaped the radar of the investor community, who now needs to understand how the effects of climate change will affect financial markets.
2015 saw a rise in the use of the term "Mindfulness" to describe "Right Action." Here's one: this report shows how businesses around the world will spend $10 Trillion on low carbon technology with the right policy framework.
Wanting to accelerate low-carbon development and getting it done are two different things -- and the biggest challenge for the climate movement is to dramatically speed up successful implementation of the Paris commitments made by almost 200 nations.
All in all the cornerstones for accountability and compliance are present. The Agreement is committed to robust and common
It's a simple elephant-in-the-room question that Donald Trump and the rest of the field of Republican presidential candidates have yet to address: How will you transition America to a low-carbon economy?
Cities are -- without hyperbole -- where the future happens first. Cities have been committing to reducing carbon emissions through various pathways for well beyond the 10 years C40 has existed.
With eyes turned in anticipation toward the negotiation halls and what national leaders will deliver, the unsung heroes of the low carbon revolution continue to move forward faster, bolder and more ambitious than before.
You recycle your plastic iced tea bottles. Of course you carry a reusable bottle for water. You compost the scraps from your
Let's say these are the instructions to Framtiden—the future.