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Integrity matters: Net zero commitments By businesses, Financial institutions, Cities and regions

Report from the united nations’
High-level expert group on the
Net zero emissions commitments
Of non-state entitiesReport from the united nations’
High-level expert group on the
Net zero emissions commitments
Of non-state entities


NASA, FEMA Release Comprehensive Climate Action Guide

NASA and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have released a guide that provides resources for adapting to and mitigating impacts of climate change. The guide, Building Alliances for Climate Action, includes various perspectives, stories, insights, and resources about climate change to help individuals and organizations make informed decisions.


The world’s 60 biggest banks poured over 6 years into the fossil fuel industry, driving climate chaos & causing deadly local community impacts.

Bank funding for fossil fuels often brings dire threats to the lives and livelihoods of local communities around the world — harming Indigenous Peoples, Black and Brown communities, and poor and working-class communities first and worst. This map illustrates some of those projects, and just a few of the banks supporting each one.


The MSCI Net-Zero Tracker

The MSCI Net-Zero Tracker indicates the collective progress of publicly listed companies in the MSCI ACWI Investable Market Index (IMI) in keeping global warming well below 2°C. It also highlights the largest listed companies with improved climate disclosures, as well as those that lag.


How governments and businesses can supercharge decarbonisation

Taking the necessary action to stay within 1.5 °C is
in essence neither a technology, nor an economic
challenge. It’s a leadership challenge.
To enhance and deliver on the pledges made at
COP26, immediate steps must be taken to move from


Corporate Climate Responsibility Monitor 2022

Companies around the world are increasingly alert to the climate emergency, facing calls from a growing range of stakeholders to take responsibility for the environmental impact of their activities. Most large companies now have public climate strategies and targets, many of which include pledges that, on the face of it, appear to significantly reduce, or even eliminate, their contributions to global warming. The rapid acceleration of corporate climate pledges, combined with the fragmentation of approaches means that it is more difficult than ever to distinguish between real climate leadership and unsubstantiated greenwashing. This is compounded by a general lack of regulatory oversight at national and sectoral levels. Identifying and promoting real climate leadership is a key challenge that, where addressed, has the potential to unlock greater global climate change mitigation ambition.


Plastic Waste Makers Index

Find out which companies hold the fate of the world’s single-use plastic crisis in their hands and ask them to change.


Decarbonizing Space Heating with Air Source Heat Pumps

Air source heat pumps (ASHPs) are powered by electricity, using well-established technology to move heat from outdoor air to indoor air. When powered by zero-carbon electricity, ASHPs provide space heating with almost no greenhouse gas emissions. ASHPs are especially effective for space heating in mild climates.


Modelling for Sustainable Development: New decisions for a new age

This book provides a detailed overview of models used in designing projects and policies that integrate sustainable development considerations and objectives.


Water: A human and business priority

Water is the lifeblood of humanity. With it, communities thrive. But, when the supply and demand of fresh water are misaligned, the delicate environmental, social, and financial ecosystems on which we all rely are at risk.