US has technology and logistical ability to convert to all-renewable energy sources by 2050—if it can manage to exercise necessary social and political will.
Tag: "clean energy"
Australia is poised to become the first economy to row backwards on its renewable energy targets, just as it proposes to be the first to drop a carbon price. And no politician is prepared to be outraged by the proposal. Why is it so?
Leading cleantech venture capitalist Vinod Khosla slams 60 Minutes on its “agenda-driven bastardisation” of reporting on clean energy.
Clean technology appears to be booming, but you would never know that from an absurd 60 Minutes piece touting an imaginary “Cleantech Crash.”
Conservative governments used the last week of parliament to renew their attack on the carbon price, clean energy and climate bodies. They also pushed through approvals for coal mines, brown coal exports, dredging the barrier reef, and delisting the Murray Basin. But not all went to plan.
Around the world, clean energy policy continues to be in state of a flux, with most countries in the midst of implementing changes.