New analysis has found that 68% of companies in the Global 100 list have targets to lower emissions and/or purchase clean energy.
Articles by Stephen Lacey
Calls for a ‘free-market’ approach to clean energy development are pure hypocrisy. Why hold renewables to different standards than fossil fuels?
Global mining giant’s coal chief talks climate risk, extreme weather, the absolute ceiling on GHG emissions and thermal coal’s inevitable decline.
Climate change enters the US presidential campaign as New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg endorses Obama.
In the latest installment of the Actually… video series, W. Kamau Bell explains why he hates science, just like Mitt Romney.
A123 Systems’ bankruptcy will be painted as another blow to the White House. Actually, it’s a good opportunity for Obama to defend cleantech funding.
A proposed 25% renewable target for Michigan would only increase costs by 1%. But opposition is as fierce as it is in Australia.
Neither candidate has noted the polls showing climate could be a major factor in how undecided and Independent voters cast their ballots.
The US has cut its carbon emissions, but what happens when the economy picks up steam? They are unlikely to last without some dramatic changes.
A new report shows that a carbon tax of $20 per tonne could cut the projected US 10-year deficit from $2.3tn to $1.1tn.
In a decision criticised as ‘unfortunate’ and ‘insane’, the UN has made new coal plants eligible for carbon credits under the Clean Development Mechanism.
Survey finds 78% of leading global companies are factoring climate into their business plans, as concerns rise over the impact of extreme weather.