Sustainable transport expert Erika Myers highlights the key areas we need to address to reduce emissions from this crucial sector of the economy.
This twenty-storey timber building in northern Sweden will be carbon negative within 50 years, setting a new standard for sustainable construction.
Riversimple have followed circular design and manufacturing principles to build a car that runs entirely on hydrogen.
Coast4c helps fishing communities learn how to farm seaweed; providing alternative income at the same time as restoring the marine ecosystem.
A low-carbon method for extracting valuable chemicals from biological residues for use in biofuels, plastics, solvents and cosmetics.
UBQ converts unsorted household waste into climate-positive recyclable thermoplastic, providing a path to a truly circular economy.
Reviving Urban Spaces
Wild West End brings together some of London's largest commercial property owners to encourage biodiversity in the heart of London.
Arcola Energy retrofits trains, buses and other heavy duty vehicles to run on hydrogen fuel cells, providing a solution for the commercial transport sector.
One Stop COP day ten
The final day of the main conference looks at how cities and regions contribute to, suffer from and have the potential to address the climate crisis
One Stop COP day nine
The penultimate day of the main conference puts the transport sector - responsible for 20% of all emissions - in the spotlight
Osa Conservation is replanting mangroves, one of nature's most effective carbon sinks, in the biodiverse Térraba Sierpe National Wetland of Costa Rica.
OceanSafe helps brands and retailers manufacture fully circular textiles, designing sustainable supply chains for biodegradable, toxin-free fabrics.
Reducing Food Waste
Treasure 8's technology helps food producers reduce waste and shipping costs by creating nutritious new products from unwanted fresh food
NEXII reduces the environmental footprint of construction through lower carbon emissions, increased thermal efficiency and faster build times.
Redesigning The Wheel
The Tyre Collective's innovative technology captures tyre dust, the second largest source of microplastics polluting our oceans.
Pamir Energy has restored 11 Soviet-era hydro power plants in Tajikistan, providing 200,000 people with clean, reliable and affordable electricity.
The World Resources Institute's projects restore degraded land around the world, helping local people to address the impact of climate change.
Togo's AT2ER project provides electricity to some of Togo's poorest, most rural communities through grid expansion, mini-grids and solar home systems.
Copenhill is a striking landmark that combines a state-of-the-art waste-to-energy facility with a new recreational space for Copenhagen's residents.
Continuus Materials creates building products like roofboard out of waste destined for landfill, bringing single-use plastic into the circular economy .
Phasing Out Plastics
Reduced consumption, improved recycling, and production that doesn't rely on fossil fuels would dramatically reduce plastic's environmental impact.
Sea Harvest is a black-owned South African fishing business that puts sustainability and its workers' welfare at the heart of its operations.
This Colombian city works with nature to decrease temperatures and reduce pollution, creating a network of green corridors alongside roads and canals.
bio-bean is the world's largest recycler of spent coffee grounds, turning this waste into resources that can be used domestically and commercially.