A group of 48 countries – including 7 close neighbours of Australia – have pledged to fast-track 100% renewables between 2030 and 2050, and ratchet up emissions reductions by 2020.
Climate denier Marc Morano got himself kicked out of UN climate talks in Marrakech. But something about the incident was not right.
In its first World Energy Outlook since Paris, the International Energy Agency makes clear that commitments to the pact equal near full decarbonisation of energy around 2040 – and that means Australia, too.
Despite lingering uncertainty about Trump’s intentions, week two has begun with progress on the details of Paris, as national, state and city governments push on – some emphatically so.
With US transportation sector emissions surpassing electricity for the first time in decades, reducing CO2 from transportation is more critical than ever.
A new solar standard in France has developers competing on more than just price – they must also compete on their project’s environmental sustainability.