Free Briefing: Targeting the Climate Change Conundrum

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Free Briefing: Targeting the Climate Change Conundrum

Ethical Corporation releases complimentary edition of the 40-page May Magazine featuring key climate change briefings on city profiling and the 3-pronged renewables revolution.

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Wednesday, May 31, 2017 - 8:00am

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194 countries signed the Paris agreement in 2016 in a unified effort to limit global warming and adapt to climate change. However, with nearly 1 million hectares of coastal ecosystems lost last year, global temperatures rising and 11% of the world's population vulnerable to climate change impacts - the May edition of the EC magazine looks at the steps being taken now to reach climate change targets.

Key briefings featured in the May edition include:

City Profiling: 
The first briefing takes an in-depth look at how cities are marshalling private sector finance and collaborating with businesses to achieve their climate targets. The briefing profiles cities on four continents including: Vancouver, Stockholm, Shenzhen, Tokyo and Mexico.

Renewables Revolution: 
The second briefing shines a spotlight on three of the big issues in the renewables revolution including: tackling the debate over the sustainability of biomass as a renewable energy source; the latest developments in energy storage; the effectiveness of new funding mechanisms to remove barriers for renewable energy in developing countries.  

Download your complimentary copy of the 40-page May edition now.
 
Contact: 

Liam Dowd
Managing Director | Ethical Corporation
+44 (0) 207 375 7238

Keywords: Research, Reports & Publications | Climate Action | Energy | Environment | Ethical Corporation | Ethical performance | Renewable Energy

CAMPAIGN: Stakeholder Communications

CONTENT: Article