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Asia-Pacific Climate WeekÂ 2018 (APCW 2018) is designed to advance regional climate action.
The European Unionâs total carbon emissions from fossil fuels rose last year by 1.8 percent, highlighting the challenge the bloc faces in meeting its climate targets.
Latin American andÂ Caribbean Climate Week (LACCW2018) is designed to advance regional climate action.
[IPS] Reading, United Kingdom -Greenhouse gases are produced as a by-product of the use of fossil fuels to supply light and heat, produce food, manufacture products and transport people and goods.
Climate Mitigation Finance Update: From Divestment to Investment, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
The Green Climate Fund has approved US$1,093.5 million in funding for mitigation and adaptation projects in its first board meeting of 2018. A major global insurance company has committed to divest â¬2 billion from coal and invest â¬3.5 billion in the green economy.
Climate Mitigation Finance Update: Renewable and Energy Efficiency Financing and Guidance for Paris-compatible Investments
The Investment Agenda aims to provide guidance to investors in the transition to a global low-carbon economy and urges governments to enhance their climate policy ambition by 2020.
The tenth Global Forum for Food and Agriculture convened under the theme, 'Shaping the Future of Livestock - Sustainably, Responsibly, Efficiently'.
On 12 December 2017, Green Tagging emerged as the new strategy for Europeâs leading banks to scale up financing of energy efficient housing and real estate, concluded a new report from Climate Strategy and the UN Environment Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable Financial System.