Large-scale voluntary carbon market ‘critical to reaching net zero’

Voluntary carbon markets, a vital part of emissions reduction efforts worldwide, enable buyers to purchase credits that support projects that reduce emissions and contribute to a smaller global emissions footprint overall

It’s all change at future Net Zero – and we need your involvement now more than ever

As we approach our first anniversary, we have crystalised our vision for what we want to accomplish around three main themes – read on to find out more…

Oil and gas giants team up with Stena Bulk on shipping carbon capture

They will evaluate the technical and economic challenges involved when capturing carbon dioxide onboard ships while at sea

Global commitments to net zero double in less than a year

Cities and regions with a carbon footprint greater than the emissions of the US and companies with a combined revenue of more than $11.4tn are now pursuing net zero goals

A changing world, extreme weather and the journey towards net zero

This is the first in a series of three articles from clean energy expert Statkraft, titled ‘Future Energy Scenarios – Global Energy Trends’ – stay tuned for more coming soon…

More than 150 multinationals urge governments to ensure climate-aligned economic recovery

The businesses are calling for global policies to build resilience against future shocks by supporting efforts to hold global temperature rise to within 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels

Climate change ‘could cost global economy nearly $10tn by 2050’

A new report warns nature losses and environmental damage need to be rapidly reversed in order to avoid severe financial losses across multiple vital sectors

Global Instant Water Heater market ‘to hit $15bn by 2026’

Global Market Insights predicts the sector will see a compound annual growth rate of more than 3% between 2020 and 2026, driven by adoption across a range of sectors

Solar and wind power
Corporate clean energy buying jumped 40% last year

More than 100 corporations in 23 different countries signed PPAs for renewable energy in 2019, with tech giants taking the lead

The global economy ‘is only 8.6% circular’

That’s the warning from the Circularity Gap Reporting Initiative, which says this is down from 9.1% two years ago