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Visualizing Momentum for Change Milestones in our New Interactive Report

UN Climate Change News, 17 August 2018 – UN Climate Change's Momentum for Change initiative recently released its new, interactive online report to highlight the climate action milestones that it achieved last year. By shining light on the most inspiring and transformational mitigation and adaptation activities, known as 'Lighthouse Activities', Momentum for Change aims

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Climate change leaders to amplify Summit’s ambition around the world

An initial network of 22 Climate Trailblazers, individuals from around the world who represent both emerging and established voices on climate change action, activism and ambition, was today announced by the Global Climate Action Summit, which takes place in San Francisco from September 12-14. Those chosen demonstrate a passion for climate

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Leading Companies Plan to Decarbonize Products & Services

Many of the world’s biggest companies plan to decarbonize at least half of their products and services within the next ten years, a new survey shows, thereby making a valuable contribution to fighting climate change. Conducted by Science-Based Targets (SBTi) – an initiative to help companies determine a pathway for reducing their

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Green Economy Overtaking Fossil Fuel Industry – FTSE Russel Report

According to a report by FTSE Russell, a key provider of stock market indicesand associated data , the green economy is now worth as much as the fossil fuel sector and offers more significant and safe investment opportunities, pointing towards even more significant growth in the future. The green economy is defined as an

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UN and Partners Urge Businesses, Cities and Regions to Disclose their Carbon Pollution

California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr., United Nations Climate Change Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa and Mahindra Group CEO Anand Mahindra have joined forces to spur more businesses, cities, states and regions to transparently report carbon emissions and progress toward meeting verifiable emissions reduction goals. “Tracking and reporting carbon pollution keeps governments and

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