Unless Western countries intervene in their economies to build green energy and resource systems, they will continue to be defeated in this field by China.
The launch of Tesla’s Powerwall puts fossil fuels on the defensive, fighting the new normal of cheaper renewable supplies and storage.
When oil prices collapsed in the 1980s, most large renewable energy programs were dismantled. But that won’t happen this time.
Chile is now emerging as the southern hemisphere’s renewable energy giant, so what can we learn from our Pacific neighbours?
The Trans-Pacific Partnership threatens green trade deal that could ultimately do more to reduce carbon emissions than international climate agreements.
What if the world’s food, water and energy problems were tackled together, cutting costs and making the whole greater than the sum of the parts?
The next big international trade deals should focus on green growth.
Australia has embraced clean technology, but if we want to make a big difference we should help free up cleantech trade.
Getting the G20 to commit to free trade in clean technology would do more to mitigate global warming than all the efforts made under Kyoto to date.
The impending Keystone XL decision will signal whether the US is ready to move from quick profits to investments in renewable technology.