The people of the small island of Wagina, one of the Solomon Islands in the Pacific, fought tooth and nails to prevent a mining company from digging for rocks and minerals, destroying their land, economy and way of life, and they won.
Pope Francis’s new popemobile will be greener than ever thanks to a startup based in California, United States, as per His Holiness’s awareness for environmental issues.
Citizens of Bogota, Colombia, were invited to give their ideas as part of a green initiative to offer low-carbon travel and greener spaces to cut climate-changing emissions and pollution.
The G7 nations have pledged to stop financing coal projects, and phasing out their support to fossil fuels by the end of this year in the hopes of meeting the climate change targets they already agreed upon.
The United Kingdom is testing ways to suck carbon dioxide directly from the air with trees, peat, rock chips, and charcoal since removing billions of tons of CO2 a year is crucial for the country to reach net zero by 2050.
The government of Ethiopia vows to plant billions of trees to curb climate change and erosion, and to give away millions of seeds to its neighboring countries as part of its “Green Legacy” initiative.
According to an International agency based in France, the biggest growth in global renewable power happened in 2020, and this record upturn will most likely become the new normal when it comes to clean energy.
The International Energy Agency based in Paris, France aligns with countries, companies and citizens from all over the world by pushing for the end of the fossil fuel era for the sake of the environment and humanity.
The multinational oil and gas company based in the Netherlands has set a green objective: half of its energy mix will be clean in the course of the next decade, a step towards becoming a net-zero emission energy company by 2050.
With the closing of its last coal plant planned in November of 2021, Portugal will become the fourth European country to be coal-free, nine years prior to its original goal.