Multiple Benefits News

February 2020

49% of world’s GDP now covered by net-zero targets, study says

Can the Pacific become the world’s first fossil-fuel-free zone?

Sustainability disclosures by European companies generally poor - study

Climate protesters dig up Cambridge college's lawn

The EU is ignoring AI’s effect on the climate crisis

Sadiq Khan sets up £50m fund to reduce emissions in London

Last month was hottest January on record globally: US climate service

Anne Bengtson (1954–2020) – an eceee cornerstone with a heart of gold

China must ‘leap over Oil Age’ to meet climate challenge

Antarctic temperature rises above 20C for first time on record

Parliament urges ECB to put climate at heart of strategy review

Carbon taxes are key to stop deforestation

Contested ban of mercury in lamps could retire four European coal-fired power plants

Pupils draft their own climate bill as anxiety grows over lack of guidance for schools

Danish MEP: ‘Sector coupling is absolutely key for Europe’s climate and energy ambitions’

October 2019

It’s time to scrap the Energy Charter Treaty

EU should revise fiscal rules to free up spending on climate - advisers

How well are we tracking the health impacts of energy efficiency programs?

Our buildings are making our children sick

Energy aid neglects 'health emergency' fuelled by dirty cooking

Each European uses four bathtubs of water a day for electricity

Is climate change responsible for the conflicts we’re seeing around the world today?

Cocaine traffickers fuel climate change

1 in 3 children live in unhealthy homes, warns ‘alarming’ report

Healthy homes: ‘The biggest health and business opportunity of a lifetime’

Deutsche Bahn’s credit rating boosted thanks to German climate law

Germany’s steel industry not changing practices despite pressure to go green

ACEEE Press release: 50-State US Scorecard Reveals States Are Ramping Up Clean Energy

This is what the world promised at the UN climate action summit