We cannot stay aligned with a 1.5 degree C scenario without complementing electrification with strategies that will reduce vehicle kilometers traveled, argue Mohamed Hegazy and Domenik Kohl, Climate Champions Team.
4SD foundation Abdul Latif Jameel Water and Food Systems Lab (J-WAFS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology Access To Nutrition Initiative (ATNI) Africa Centre for Sustainable and Inclusive Development African Climate Foundation Agroecology Fund AMAGRO A.G. Aquatic Blue Food Coalition Asia Investor Group on Climate Change B Lab Global Banco de Alimentos Paraguay Bezos Earth Fund Biodiversity […]
Here’s how Delhi is building resilience, reducing emissions and enhancing wellbeing across 7 key areas
In the face of escalating climate impacts, Delhi has begun a transformative journey to bolster its its urban landscape and protect its most vulnerable populations. This megacity, brimming with culture and history, is now writing a new chapter in its story – one that pivots on sustainability and resilience.
This year, Race to Zero and Giki are teaming up to host the first-ever “Employee Race to Zero”. Find out why taking climate action as an employee is critical – and how you get involved in this new initiative.
Breakthrough Agenda Report 2023: Stronger international cooperation in high emissions sectors crucial to get on track for 1.5C climate goal
This second report in the series assesses progress over the past 12 months against the recommendations made in the inaugural Breakthrough Agenda Report across five key sectors – power, hydrogen, road transport, steel and agriculture.
In an open letter coordinated by Climate Group and We Mean Business Coalition, leading Indian businesses and companies operating in India have written to G20 leaders with seven key policy asks.
Partner: DARAJA, Resurgence Implementers: Kounkuey Design Initiative (KDI) in Nairobi, the Centre for Community Initiatives (CCI) in Dar es Salaam, Resurgence, the Kenya Meteorological Department (KMD), the Tanzania Meteorological Authority (TMA) and array of key local community partners and leaders. Country & Region:Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Sudan and Uganda – Africa Impact System: Human Settlements /Early Warning Systems […]
Phoenix Edison is a project in Nigeria, aiming to provide a 24 megawatt (MW) waste-to-power plant processing 270,000 tons of solid waste annually. Spotlighting this, the Climate Champions are joined by Noble Ekajeh.
World Water Week 2023 offers a platform for global leaders, organizations, researchers, and stakeholders to come together, explore innovative solutions, and contribute to a water-secure future.
Discover some of the initiatives undertaken by Race to Zero members, Salesforce, Unilever, L’Oréal, Microsoft, and Nike, as they strive towards a net zero, nature-positive, world.
Migrating to carbon-neutral aviation such as battery-electric and hydrogen flights could require up to 1,700TWh of clean energy by 2050. FInd out what else it will take.
Coal, oil and gas are being pushed out of power grids by a record expansion of wind and solar, according to climate think tank Ember.
Exponential Roadmap Initiative Co-founders, Owen Gaffney and Johan Falk argue the answer to putting our planet on a better track lies in reinforcing feedback loops.
Forum calls for development finance institutions and their shareholders to support the African green hydrogen economy.
With the growth of urban areas and surging demand for concrete — its key ingredient, cement, is responsible for an estimated 7% of carbon emissions. This film, part of the Future Forward documentary series with The Climate Pledge, explores how CarbonCure aims to turn this concrete challenge into a climate solution.
Exponential Roadmap Initiative: And now for the good news from the IPCC report, the 1.5C target is still viable
The IPCC has made it clear: We have the science base and the solutions we need to seize this brief window of opportunity to give our own and future generations a stable planet.
The 67th annual Commission on the Status of Women (CSW67), the UN’s largest annual gathering on gender equality and women’s empowerment, will take place this year from 6 – 17 March under the theme, “Innovation and technological change, and education in the digital age for achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls”.
H.E Ms Razan Al Mubarak, President of the IUCN and UN Climate Change High-Level Champion for COP28 explains why it’s critical the world realises its offshore wind potential.
A robust target must be agreed to strongly protect at least 30 per cent of the Ocean by 2030, writes Karen Sack, Executive Director, Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance (ORRAA).