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29-03-23 From Fast Fashion to Sustainable Style The Urgent Need to Decarbonize the Fashion Industry - img blog post

From Fast Fashion to Sustainable Style: The Urgent Need to Decarbonize the Fashion Industry

Fashion Industry Valued at Over $2.5 Trillion, but will it remain competitive? The global fashion industry was valued at over $2.5 trillion in 2020 and is projected to grow to $3.3 trillion by 2025. However, the industry’s rapid growth has come at a cost to the environment. According to data, the fashion industry accounts for […]

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Why should the Wine Industry in Latin America Integrate Climate Action at the core of their business models?

Why should the Wine Industry in Latin America Integrate Climate Action at the core of their business models?

The wine industry is one of Latin America’s most important export sectors, especially for countries like Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. Wine production in Latin America has grown rapidly over the past few decades, accounting for a significant share of global wine production. For example, in 2019, Argentina was the fifth largest wine-producing country in the

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Why Logistics Companies Should Provide Climate Smart Services and Gain Competitive Advantages

Why Logistics Companies Should Provide Climate Smart Services and Gain Competitive Advantages

The logistics industry is a vital component of the global economy, responsible for transporting goods and materials worldwide. However, it is also a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions and climate change. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the transportation sector accounted for 24% of global energy-related CO2 emissions in 2019. As a result,

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15-03-23 Latin American Exporters Worried About Impacts of EU's Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism on Agricultural and Food Trade

The Potential Impact of EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism on Latin American Food Producers: Mitigation Actions and Support from Green Initiative

Latin American Food Exporters Worried About Impacts of EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism on Agricultural and Food Trade The European Union’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) has been a hot topic of discussion lately, especially for developing countries that export to the EU. The CBAM aims to prevent carbon leakage by requiring importers to pay

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03-03-23 Carbon emission sanctions and rewards understanding the future of climate policies

Carbon emission sanctions and rewards: understanding the future of climate policies

How to take advantage of the emerging carbon emission policies What are carbon sanctions/rewards As the world becomes increasingly aware of the negative impact of carbon emissions on the environment, governments and corporations alike are facing mounting pressure to take action to reduce their carbon footprints. One way this has begun to be addressed is

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Bonito (MS) is Leading Brazilian ecotourism Climate Action and raising the bar for other destinations worldwide

Bonito: How a Brazilian ecotourism destination is leading climate action by example

As the world recovers from the shock of the COVID-19 pandemic, rebuilding a more sustainable tourism sector remains a shared responsibility of tourism firms and destinations. Amid mounting evidence of severe climate change, points that the window of opportunity to rapidly reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and avoid a climate disaster is rapidly narrowing. Atmospheric

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19-01-23 Global Risks Report 2023 Navigating the Converging Crises of the Decade Ahead

Global Risks Report 2023: Navigating the Converging Crises of the Decade Ahead

The past years of this decade have marked a significant period of disruption in human history. The return to a “new normal” post-COVID-19 pandemic was short-lived as the outbreak of war in Ukraine brought about fresh crises in food and energy, reviving problems that had been previously addressed. As 2023 begins, the world faces risks

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Building Tourism Back Better

A Climate Action Guide For Tourism Businesses and Destinations

As the world continues to recover from the unprecedented shock of the COVID-19 pandemic, rebuilding a sustainable tourism sector remains a shared responsibility for tourism organizations worldwide. Amid mounting evidence of severe climate change, the window of opportunity for swiftly reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is rapidly narrowing. In November 2021 The UN World Tourism

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The Green Logistics Revolution

The Green Logistics Revolution

Logistics companies achieve Carbon Neutral certification and take the lead in climate action transport services sector. The companies DELFIN GROUP, an international cargo agent; and DELFIN LOGISTICS, the transportation arm of the DELFIN group, were granted the Carbon Neutral certification, issued by the GREEN INITIATIVE, complying with global standards validated by the United Nations. The

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Brazil is on its way to Certifying the First Carbon-Neutral Ecotourism Destination Worldwide

Mainstreaming climate Action Bonito is mainstreaming carbon action to become the first carbon-neutral certified tourism destination. Brazil’s ecotourism is dominated by landscapes with astonishing biodiversity hotspots and vibrant ecosystems that provide food and shelter for native species. One of Brazil’s ecotourism “jewels” is Bonito, a small destination in Mato Grosso do Sul, which happens to

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