A new report launched today at COP28 examines shipping’s short and long-term impact on ocean health, productivity, and biodiversity, highlighting the importance of a coordinated approach and links between actions to decarbonize and protect ocean health anchored in shipping practices.
Andrew Dumbrille & Elissama Menezes from maritime solutions organization, Equal Routes discuss the 2030 Shipping Pact for People and Nature (2030 SPPaN) which envisions a future where sustainable shipping practices benefit nature, people, and the planet, overcoming hurdles through partnerships, accountability measures, and a holistic approach to governance.
Report identifies 8 immediate actions required to drive Adaptation & Resilience for land transport infrastructure to protect communities and economies
The UN Climate Change High-Level Champions and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) joined forces this year to assess current efforts, and to develop a framework for collaborative action, on adaptation and resilience for land-based infrastructure.
Green steel in shipping: How international shipping can lower emissions through progressive adoption of green steel
Current efforts in international shipping’s decarbonization focus on fuel-related emissions, however huge reductions can be achieved by progressively switching to steel with lower embodied CO₂ emissions.
Advanced and developing economies partner to transform heavy industries accounting for a third of global emissions
Energy & Industry Day at COP28 sees the launch of a new wave of breakthrough country and industry partnerships to grow global markets for low-carbon industrial products.
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.
Listen to Fathia Nejri, Director of Strategy and Projects for Tunisia’s Ministry of Transport explain why investing in additional metro lines will benefit the health, wealth and livelihoods of the country and its people.
Launch of the Ocean Breakthroughs: 5 pathways to catalyze action to achieve a healthy and productive ocean
The Ocean Breakthroughs are transformative pathways covering five key ocean sectors, where accelerated action and investments could deliver up to 35 percent GHG emissions reduction and contribute to a resilient, nature-positive and net zero future by 2050.
This year’s Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Climate Week, opens in Riyadh today with a strong call for decisive, inclusive change and accelerated progress towards the goals of the Paris Agreement.
The major annual event hosted by the Climate Group and New York City, in conjunction with the UN General Assembly (UNGA) opens this Sunday 17 September, with some 400 sessions taking place across the city.
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.
Global Stocktake report underscores the need for greater urgency and stronger climate action across all levels of government, the economy, and society
There is still an urgent need to implement and scale up “a rigorous ‘all of economy, all of society approach’” this decade, according to the first-of-its-kind global stocktake technical report released today.
Oando’s Ademola Ogunbanjo discusses their plan to launch a 12,000 electric bus fleet in Lagos, Nigeria by 2030, signaling a shift in the country’s road transport sector and encouraging other corporations to decarbonize.
To mark World Oceans Day, we delve into the maritime industry’s net zero transition. CMB CEO Alexander Saverys explains how the company is helping propel the change through their advocacy for green hydrogen.
Dr. Mahmoud Mohieldin, UN Climate Change High-Level Champion for COP27, will join a meeting in Abidjan to advance climate mitigation solutions through mobilizing finance for African climate projects.
Plans being drawn up to incentivise low carbon shipping must be inclusive and equitable, warns Tuvalu government official Asela Peneueta.
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.
The IEA’s new Global EV Outlook report concludes that, by the end of the decade, electric car sales are on track to cut annual emissions equivalent to Germany’s entire economy.
If the aviation industry were a country, it would be the 7th largest source of CO2 emissions in the world. This film, part of The Climate Pledge’s Future Forward series, illustrates how a collaboration between Neste and JetBlue is helping to decarbonize the aviation industry.