According to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) latest electric vehicle outlook, the demand for electric cars is reaching new heights. In 2023, electric vehicles are expected to make up 18% of global car sales, a big increase from the 4% observed in 2020.
Fossil fuel giants have faced a significant setback as the US Supreme Court has made a pivotal decision by refusing to hear their appeals in climate-related cases. With the worsening climate crisis, local governments have been actively pursuing legal actions against energy giants.
The European Parliament has just passed a groundbreaking law aimed at halting the import, sale, and export of products that contribute to deforestation within the EU. This is the first time that agricultural and forestry businesses will have to show that goods such as wood, rubber, leather, and palm oil are sourced without causing any harm to forests.
An incredible discovery has been made off the coast of Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands — a vibrant coral reef teeming with marine life. During a scientific expedition, researchers traced this remarkable 1.2-mile-long reef to the summit of an underwater mountain formed through volcanic activity. Scientists had previously believed that only a single reef existed in this volcanic archipelago.
The world’s very first rewilding centre has officially opened its doors, providing access to the UK’s most extensive nature recovery site. Nestled in Glenmoriston, near the renowned Loch Ness, the Dundreggan Rewilding Centre stands proudly on what used to be a deer-stalking estate.
The Clean Creatives campaign group has announced a significant milestone. More than 500 organisations and individuals from the advertising and PR industry have joined their cause by pledging not to collaborate with fossil fuel companies in various ways, including communications and recruitment.