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.
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In 1988 – the same year Nasa’s James Hansen warned Congress about the threats posed by human-caused global warming – water expert Peter Gleick wrote about the wet and dry extremes that it would create for California:
California will get the worst of all possible worlds – more flooding in the winter, less available water californiaclimate changedroughteconomyJames HansenJerry BrownPeter Gleick Read More
UN Climate Change News, 2 March 2018 – Businesses, governments, NGOs, arts and music organizations, academic institutions, and others can apply to host an affiliate event at the upcoming Global Climate Action Summit (September 12 to 14) in California this year.
The Summit will be co-hosted by California’s governor Edmund Brown, the chief californiaclimate actionJerry BrownPatricia Espinosa Read More
Québec, September 22, 2017. - Today, Québec Premier Philippe Couillard, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and California Governor Edmund G. Brown further strengthened their cooperation in the global fight against climate change.
Premier Couillard hosted Premier Wynne and Governor Brown in Québec City to sign an agreement linking the carbon markets of Québec, californiacarbon marketsOntarioQuebec Read More
Three Californian communities have launched legal action against some of the world’s biggest oil, gas and coal companies, seeking compensation for the current and future costs of adapting to sea level rises linked to climate change.
San Mateo and Marin Counties, coastal communities in northern California, and Imperial Beach, a city californiafossil fuel Read More
California Democrats’ push to curb emissions and promote clean energy would alter how the state does business and change the way residents live
With only a few days left in the current session of the California legislature, an aggressive political and public relations fight between the oil industry and top lawmakers californiademocratsEmissionsEnergyenvironmentpollutionvehicles Read More