In the run-up to the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow on 31 October – 12 November 2021, the Forum is fostering public-private partnerships to take bold action on the escalating climate crisis.
As part of the race to net-zero, the Forum’s Climate Action Platform is helping businesses, governments, and NGOs accelerate and scale ambition and partnerships needed to drive a sustainable and inclusive future.
How to protect biodiversity, implement natural climate solutions and finance the transition to net-zero are just some of the important issues at stake. And while momentum is building, the commitment and action gap is still significant. The Climate Action Platform will feature innovative solutions that will help close the gap this decade.
Investment promotion must change to target sustainable development. Turkey is implementing this approach by making the SDGs central to its FDI strategy.
The UN’s Global Roadmap sets out the steps needed to reach clean, affordable energy for all by 2030, as part of the journey to net-zero emissions by 2050.
The Glasgow Pact offered few easy wins against expected COP26 outcomes, but there were critical signs of progress seen beyond the negotiation tables at this month's climate summit.
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Did COP26 succeed in getting us closer to avoiding a climate catastrophe? TIME reporter Justin Worland tells Radio Davos about the summit's ups and downs.
To eliminate plastic pollution, banning plastic bag bans is not enough. Creative solutions are needed to prevent and mitigate plastic waste and pollution.
The EU taxonomy is a classification system of sustainable economic activities. We highlight areas which must be addressed to facilitate green transition.
COP26 produced an agreement - 10 pages known as the Glasgow Pact that outlines the next phase of the world’s fight against climate change.
With 7.5 billion forecast to connect via online services by 2030, digital tech's contribution to global GHG emissions is likely to rise over the next decade.
A post-COP26 Meet The Leader compiles the climate action skills and mindsets needed to tackle the climate change crisis from global leaders like Barack Obama, activist Elizabeth Wathuti a...
Renewable energy certificates are often a way to greenwash companies' energy usage – but in '24/7 clean energy' there is a better way. Here's how it works.
Shipping must reduce its emissions by a third this decade if the industry is to meet the Paris Agreement's goal of 1.5C. Here's how it can be achieved.