Through an executive order aim to address the climate crisis, the President of the United States Joe Biden commits to the ambitious conservation goal to protect 30% of the country’s land and coastal seas by 2030.
The Dutch oil and gas multinational Shell announced that its production peaked in 2019 and will likely decline gradually from now on, encouraging it to look towards green sources of energy to add to its production.
Mozambique has sanctioned a new fisheries law that not only grants protection to marine species such as whale sharks, manta rays and dolphins, but also empowers fishing communities.
The COVID-19 lockdown in the United Kingdom hasn’t slowed down the population’s interest in joining the climate battle by planting trees, and so far, more than a million have been planted.
Conservationists welcome the United Kingdom’s decision to ban bottom trawling fishing in the North Sea as the technique is destructive for marine life and fish alike, helping restore and preserve important habitats.
Dubbed as the world leader in share of wind and solar energy, South Australia has the cheapest electricity prices, and aims to use only renewable energy sources by 2030 - even exporting its clean energy by 2050.
The United States government approved the expansion of the biggest coral sanctuary in the Gulf of Mexico, a decision that will contribute to better protect fragile coral reefs where live a large variety of fish and other marine life.
As part of its ambitious green goals, the French government is banning short domestic flights for destinations that can be reached within a two and a half hour train ride.
Germany’s third largest car supplier has decided to stop developing combustion engines in favor of new technologies such as electric, hydrogen fuel cells, and synthetic fuels made from renewable hydrogen.
Britain’s largest supermarket chain met its 2020 pledge of removing 1 billion pieces of plastic from its stores in the United Kingdom, especially by banning plastic wrap around the products that land on its shelves.