Since the first Trump/Biden debate was so dysfunctional, and there may not be another one, I suggest watching the full 90 minutes of the Pence/Harris debate if you have not done so already. In my view, the contrast is clear on a large number of issues including that of the environment and climate change.
Although COP 25 in Madrid was disappointing, the announcement of the European Green Deal brings hope for real climate action as well as economic stimulus.
While there is a view that the UN’s Climate Action Summit will produce little tangible results, there are a number of signs that make me think I that we may be at the tipping point towards a major transformation to a low carbon economy.
While the political leadership of a number of countries including the US and Brazil appear to be going the wrong direction in terms of environmental protection, Industry is going ahead. Thousands of companies have adopted the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards for reporting their environmental performance and going far beyond what is required to comply […]
Joe Biden and the other democratic candidates have identified the environment as a key issue with which to challenge Donald Trump in the 2020 election