Early action is needed to avoid the costs of climate change, say MSPs.
The latest in a series of annual reports covers information from 150 public bodies and shows how the sector is responding to the challenge of climate change.
Two low carbon technology start-ups who took part in the centre's business support programmes are awarded Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise fellowships.
Some of the UK's bravest thinkers will unleash their most challenging sustainability ideas during Edinburgh's annual science festival.
The Scottish Government is consulting on a new Climate Change Adaptation Programme.
ECCI will work on reducing dependence on fishmeal in animal feed - part of Project X's drive to deliver sustainable, affordable food.
Jamie Brogan has taken up the post of Head of Innovation and Skills and Alana Tyrell joins to oversee our events and conferences.
UK Energy Minister Claire Perry announced the five-year project to scale climate action and deliver green finance – covering Edinburgh, Belfast and Leeds – last week.
The Scottish Government-funded initiative, created to accelerate the development of marine energy technology, is the latest company to move into the centre's Edinburgh base.
The China-UK Low Carbon College, a joint initiative of the Universities of Edinburgh and Shanghai Jiao Tong, won the Innovation in Education category at this year's China-Scotland Business Awards.