If carbon emissions had a market value reflecting how much they cost society, it might completely change the way people priced their businesses.
The Land Degradation Neutrality Fund, which counts the European Investment Bank as one of its investors, just finalised its first transaction since its take off at the end of 2018. Its initial investment will go to a programme to restore degraded land in Latin America through agroforestry practices and is expected to improve the livelihoods of 2 400 producers.
The start-up provides a digital platform, where metals and ferroalloys are efficiently bought and sold.
A network of environmental lawyers is empowering EU citizens to use their rights under international law, by building tools to help challenge lawbreaking through the courts.