The Climate Group launched a new initiative this week called Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Challenge that unites the global purchasing power of businesses, cities, states, regions, and NGOs for electric and other non-fossil-fuel vehicles. Multinationals including Unilever, LeasePlan, and Metro AG have already accepted the challenge.
As world leaders meet in New York this week to formally adopt the Global Goals for sustainable development, many businesses are announcing commitments to help build a low-carbon economy. Here are some highlights from Climate Week NYC 2015. Microsoft, Sony, Adidas and Marks & Spencer are among the companies backing … Read more »
Unilever, Ikea, Royal Dutch Shell, Coca-Cola Enterprises and General Electric are among the 57 global companies, funds and associations that have signed a letter to support a “robust 2030 energy and climate policy framework and energy security strategy that is fully in line with Europe’s long-term climate objectives and that … Read more »