The shipping industry has access to a vast variety of renewable energy sources, so it can reduce its carbon footprint and cut its emissions, a positive outlook port authorities around the world are putting to the test.
A First Nation from British Columbia, Canada, saw a culturally important territory become a conservancy, with the help of the mining company which was exploiting it, proving that collaborations between industries and Indigenous peoples work.
Poland is making history since authorities and unions signed an agreement with the coal industry to completely phase out coal production by 2049, and without penalizing workers.
A conservation initiative is set to restore seagrass in the south of England, United Kingdom, thus helping to sequester carbon and providing a healthy habitat for a large variety of marine species, including the seahorse.
The United States takes the lead in the fight against climate change by pledging to cut their emission of greenhouse gases by more than half by 2030, a goal deemed necessary and achievable by environmentalists.
As part of an ambitious initiative to provide electricity to its 25 million citizens, Nigeria is decentralizing its power supply to grant everyone access to cheap renewable power sources.
The British Secret Intelligence Service vows to do its part by monitoring the world’s largest polluters to make sure they keep the promises they made regarding climate change.
After 15 hours of negotiation, the European Union came to a bold agreement to increase its 2030 plan to cut CO2 emissions and to become climate neutral by 2050 - making it the most ambitious climate target yet.
A project aimed at fighting forest fires, illegal logging and water encroachment in Kenya not only puts mobile phones to good use, but also provides jobs to local jobless citizens.
Nestle, Pepsico and other major palm oil buyers have joined forces in a collective to invest $1 billion over 25 years, with a drive to do their part to protecting and restoring tropical forests in Indonesia and all across Southeast Asia.