The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, world leader in fossil fuel production, is proposing ambitious green initiatives, betting on a more sustainable future for the country and the Middle-East region.
Climate leaders from the Middle East and North Africa are joining hands in the fight to reduce their emission levels by 2030, and to ensure active progress on their climate ambitions.
Japan has a big announcement to make at the G7 summit this June: a plan to almost double its current 2030 target to cut greenhouse emissions!
According to a new report, renewable energy sources hit an all-time high in 2020, with more than 80% of new electricity-generated projects being renewables - and the growth of green energy doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
The deforestation rate in Indonesia hit an all-time low in 2020, with a 75% drop from 2019, thanks to many factors including weather and economy, and the government many policies to protect its forests.
The Italian government has ruled that cruise ships are no longer permitted to sail through the historic center of Venice, to better protect the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In order to hit net zero greenhouse gas emissions by the end of 2022, the American content platform and production company Netflix came up with an ambitious plan that will require, among other things, to operate more eco-friendly productions.
Through a reforestation program put in place in the Masungi Georeserve and Sierra Madre, the longest mountain range in the Philippines, hectares of much degraded land have been restored, notably by letting nature heal itself.
Fracking has been outlawed in the region of the Delaware River Basin, located in the Eastern part of the United States, thus protecting the drinkable water supply for the residents, and the habitat for many local species.
There won’t be new oil and gas leasing and fracking in the Wayne National Forest in Ohio, United States, since a judge ruled that such exploitation activities constitute a threat to public health, endangered species and watersheds.