Student Energy’s Global Youth Energy Outlook got more than 40,000 young people from 129 countries to share their views on the transition to clean energy. The vast majority want it to happen much faster than their governments and industry are currently moving.
Within industry, elected to government, and at the heart of their communities, women are organizing locally and transnationally to protect the planet and the future. And a new push was launched this week at COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland.
Late Monday, over 100 countries representing 85 per cent of the world’s forests pledged to reverse deforestation and land degradation by 2030, with a dozen countries putting billions of dollars on the table to back the effort.
More than 90 climate justice organizations have delivered a letter, including ads in major global newspapers, calling on former governor of both the Bank of Canada and the Bank of England Mark Carney to push banks harder to abandon their fossil fuel investments.