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Empowering a Greener Future Together

Blog Post | May 28, 2024 | Jennifer Cajina Grigsby
Join Our Business Sponsors Program This World Ocean Day June 8 is World Ocean Day, an annual global celebration of our oceans and all that they provide. It’s a...
Students at Dong Ngac Elementary School display “Say No To Plastic” art projects

Zero Waste Partners in Vietnam

Blog Post | December 11, 2023 | Xuan Quach, Vietnam Plastic Team Lead
Five years into the start of our initiative to eliminate plastic pollution in Vietnam, I feel immense pride in how much Pacific Environment and our partners have accomplished with...

Global shipping can halve emissions without impacting trade, study finds ahead of key UN decision

Press Release | June 26, 2023
The global shipping industry can reduce emissions by nearly 50% by the end of the decade, according to a new study by CE Delft. These findings come as the UN’s International...

Fuel Production Stakeholders Call for Ambitious Shipping Decarbonisation Policies

Press Release | June 21, 2023
A group of fuel production stakeholders, including H2Carrier and MAN Energy Solutions, today joined Environmental Defense Fund in support for the full decarbonisation of the shipping industry by 2050. The companies...

UN climate deal for shipping will fail without ambitious 2030 goal

Press Release | June 19, 2023
The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) agreement on shipping climate targets expected next month could be the starting gun for the radical climate action our planet desperately needs. Civil society...

The Global Plastics Treaty negotiations ended on a precarious note

Press Release | June 2, 2023
Paris, France (June 2, 2023) – The second meeting of the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee (INC-2) for a global agreement to end plastic pollution concluded today at the UNESCO headquarters...