The 2050 Carbon Neutrality Commission is in the hottest of hot seats. Its job is to come up with ways that Korea will achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
The global race has begun to save the world from climate change and Korea, the planet’s 11th largest emitter of carbon, is bracing for big changes in what people buy and eat, how businesses operate and where the country gets its energy.
From left, actors Gong Hyo-jin, Lee Chun-hee and Jeon Hye-jin pose during Thursday’s online press conference for the new KBS entertainment show “From Today, Harmlessly” (translated). In the program, the celebrities will challenge themselves to ...
Disbelief is corporate Korea’s reaction to the government’s latest carbon plan, and even some academics are in the skeptic camp as they analyze the expensive program. Under the plan, the government is raising carbon cutting goal.
Korea wants to take a more active role in the world achieving carbon neutrality, President Moon Jae-in stressed in a multilateral environment forum Thursday, and he called on Asia-Pacific nations to "accelerate" their responses to the climate crisis.
Posco is hosting a three-day forum held to discuss ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in steelmaking.
Members of the Korea Climate Crisis Emergency Action activist group protest at the entrance to the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) on Tuesday, calling for the government to take more aggressive action to reduce carbon emissions.
LG Electronics said Thursday it will use more recycled plastic in its manufacturing of goods.
Brokerage firms will soon be allowed to participate in carbon trading and freely sell and buy the emission permits on the Korean Exchange, the Ministry of Environment announced Wednesday.
Posco’s plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 is noteworthy as a positive example in the worldwide steel industry, a group of global institutional investors said.Climate Action 100+ and Institutional Investors Group on...