The U.S. has gone eight years without hearing presidential candidates answer a question on climate change while on the same stage.
The Kigali Amendment on hydrofluorocarbons tacitly recognises that the hippies were right all along, but lamentably none of the current players have been gracious enough to say so.
An Australian is to take charge of the troubled $100 billion Green Climate Fund, in a move that indicates Australia is not completely out of touch on climate change and renewable energy. But is it developing one language on climate for the international stage, and another for the toxic and partisan domestic market?
World Energy Council gives out clear message on move away from fossil fuels, but the fossil fuel industry wasn’t listening.
IEA report says energy efficiency a huge investment opportunity, and growing rapidly, but must be ramped up to avoid dangerous climate change.
After a record year in 2015, BNEF says “worryingly low” clean energy investment in Q3 2016 somewhere between a ‘flash crash’ blip, and ‘new normal’.
Trudeau has decided to leave climate policy to the provinces, while forcing them to act. Is this state-based approach a model for Australia?
Green groups say latest Queensland govt move to fast-track Carmichael coal mine development “indefensible” and “reckless.”
China’s State Grid envisages a world energy market powered 80% by wind and solar. Does this help explain why its bid for Ausgrid was rejected?