Africa, Aid, Climate Change, Conferences, Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Editors’ Choice, Environment, Featured, Global, Green Economy, Headlines, Regional Categories, Sustainability, TerraViva United Nations Climate Change Dr. Hans Friederich, the Director General of the International Bamboo and Rattan Organisation (INBAR) is calling on the United Nations Framework Convention onRead More →

Climate Change, Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Environment, Featured, Global, Global Governance, Green Economy, Headlines, Sustainability, TerraViva United Nations Opinion Manish Bapna is Executive Vice President and Managing Director at the World Resources Institute (WRI) and Stephen Gold is the Global Lead, Climate Change, at UN Development Programme (UNDP)Read More →

Africa, Climate Change, Conferences, Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Environment, Featured, Global Governance, Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), Green Economy, Headlines, Projects, Regional Categories, Sustainability, TerraViva United Nations Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) A wind energy generation plant located in Loiyangalani in northwestern Kenya. The plant is set toRead More →

DuPont opened a factory in Saudi Arabia last week that will produce reverse osmosis water filters. The filters use ultra-thin membranes to remove water impurities, including PFAS — chemicals made and used by DuPont that have caused widespread water contamination around the world. Reverse osmosis is one of the technologiesRead More →

Asia-Pacific, Climate Change, Conferences, Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Environment, Featured, Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), Green Economy, Headlines, IPS UN: Inside the Glasshouse, Natural Resources, Projects, Regional Categories, Sustainability, TerraViva United Nations, Trade & Investment Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) A traffic jam, in Indonesia’s capital Jakarta. AirRead More →

Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Editors’ Choice, Energy, Environment, Featured, Green Economy, Headlines, Latin America & the Caribbean, Regional Categories Green Economy The state of Sonora, Mexico’s largest, aims to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 80 to 90 percent by 2050 and generate 43 percent of its energyRead More →

By Catherine J. Frompovich For those who are considered “conspiracy theorists,” the information below may be more than a defining illustration of the real issues surrounding weather geoengineering, which technically is called “Solar Radiation Management” (SRM), or euphemistically referred to as “chemtrails.” As I, who live in SE Pennsylvania, haveRead More →

Shell oil helped write the Paris climate agreement, according to a top Royal Dutch Shell executive. They’re also the world’s ninth-largest producer of greenhouse gas emissions. The executive, Shell’s Chief Climate Change Adviser David Hone, made his comments at the international climate change conference COP 24 on Friday. Hone wasRead More →