Despite the climate-denying Trump Administration, and populist movements across the world, Michael Liebreich gave plenty of reasons to be optimistic about future of wind, solar and Evs.
The world just passed another round-numbered climate milestone. Scientists predicted it would happen this year and lo and behold, it has.
March was 1.3°C above pre-industrial average temperatures. If you were born after December 1964, you’ve never experienced a month cooler than average on this planet.
When climate scientists look at Antarctica, they see a ticking time bomb. If the ice sheet melts, sea levels will rise dramatically.
While Turnbull pedals Australian coal as a solution to India’s electrification problems, study finds Mumbai could source half its peak power needs from rooftop solar.
PM lambasted for “sucking up” to Adani during India visit, and putting coal exports ahead of the Great Barrier Reef.
Senate committee produces 5 different conclusions, highlighting impossible nature of Australia’s energy politics. The most absurd conclusions came from the Coalition, and One Nation.
Carbon emissions from energy use by Americans fell 1.7 percent last year, part of a decade-long slide in the carbon footprint of energy in the U.S.
Evidence is growing that air turbulence is becoming stronger and more frequent because of climate change.
New poll reveals most people – including Coalition voters – not buying Turnbull govt anti-renewables rhetoric, want more ambitious action.