- Reinventing Capitalism with Joel Solomon’s ‘Clean Money Revolution’In his new book, Joel Solomon of Renewal Funds, Social Venture Network and Business for Social Responsibility shares his vision for a sustainable economic future. ... read more
- Victoria seeks two 20MW large scale batteries to be installed by JanuaryVictoria government wants two 20MW battery storage installations, with 100MWh of storage, in place by January. ... read more
- The Clean-Energy Transition is Powering the U.S. EconomyThe federal government has an important role facilitating the acceleration of a clean, modern 21st century energy system. Ignoring that role or diminishing its effectiveness go against the tide of innovation and entrepreneurial spirit that ... read more
- New study: global warming keeps on keeping onAs humans continue to dump heat-trapping gases like carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, the Earth continues to warm. In fact, it has been warming for decades and we now routinely hit temperatures that are 1°C ... read more
- Santos: Doing the bare minimum on climate changeAt its Annual General Meeting on 4 May, Santos will be subject to a vote on a shareholder resolution that seeks improved disclosure of climate risks. ... read more
- Turnbull’s gas changes will lift cost of capital, but won’t relieve pricesTurnbull's intervention in gas market may guarantee supply, but is unlikely to relieve prices. LNG producers, and Santos in particular, still have a big problem. ... read more
- How Big is the Market for Intelligent Efficiency Technology? You May Be SurprisedOur new research reveals that sales of learning thermostats, a very popular form of intelligent efficiency, are expected to be three times as high this year as they were in 2013. This surge suggests broad ... read more
- Which fuel is setting electricity prices? Clue: it’s not wind or solarThe way electricity prices were set in the wholesale market has changed dramatically in just one year. So, who's playing games with their gas and hydro power? ... read more
- Turnbull wants to subsidise coal AND gas transportPM suggests public money could be used to subsidise gas pipelines in northern Australia, as well as underwriting rail plans of Indian coal giant Adani. ... read more
- This ‘Handmaid’s Tale’: Harrowing Warning From a Fictional Future to a Tense Present
- Why age of populism won’t derail future solar, wind and EVs
- Why age of populism won’t derail future of solar, wind and EVs
- Large-Scale Fracking Comes to the Arctic in a New Alaska Oil BoomLargely unnoticed, international oil companies have been making discoveries of very large oil reserves in the Arctic region over the past year, writes author and lecturer Scott L. Montgomery. According to Montgomery, the Trump Administration ... read more
- Victoria councils taking action for greener vehicle fleetsMinister for Local Government Natalie Hutchins has announced $33,200 for a program led by Nillumbik Shire Council to develop a plan for more environmentally friendly vehicle fleets. ... read more
- What do we sell when they don’t want our coal?If the world is to decarbonise, Australia's key trading partners of ours must be part of that shift. That means zero emissions hydrogen fuels - powered by wind and solar - replacing coal and gas ... read more
- Solar Block-and-Index Contracts: A New Market for Utility-Scale Solar?The search for funding has led the solar industry down many roads, from the mainstay of state renewable portfolio standard procurements, to the rising driver of voluntary retail customer procurements, to projects enabled through ... read more
- Turkey’s journalists have no time for fearCumhuriyet reporter Canan CoşkunCredit: Antonin Weber Canan Coşkun, a journalist at daily newspaper Cumhuriyet who faces two upcoming trials for her reporting, talks about her attitude to the dangers of life as a reporter in ... read more
- Index at Hay: Madeleine Thien talks to Jemimah SteinfeldA conversation with the Canadian novelist whose Do Not Say We Have Nothing was shortlisted for the 2016 Man Booker, and who is now publishing her early novel Certainty. ... read more
- Index at Hay: Nadezhda Tolokonnikova talks to Philippe SandsAn interview with the musician and activist, who was arrested after her punk band’s 2012 performance in a Moscow cathedral. She was convicted of ‘hooliganism motivated by religious hatred’ ... read more
- Index at Hay: War on womenChristina Lamb, Helena Kennedy, Rachael Jolley and Joan Bakewell In a tribute to the late frontline journalist Sue Lloyd-Roberts and her posthumously-published book, a panel of three exceptional and ... read more
- Burning Questions for the Brooklyn-Queens Demand Management Program
- TfL to spend £18m on preparing London for new electric black cabsTransport for London is spending £18m on upgrading the capital's power grids to charge the first generation of battery-powered black cabs. ... read more
- It’s Been Exactly 3 Years Since New York Launched Historic Electric Utility Reform. How’s It Going?
- New study: global warming keeps on keeping on | John AbrahamA new paper finds no statistical evidence that global warming slowed down in recent years or that it’s sped up just yetAs humans continue to dump heat-trapping gases like carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, the ... read more
- The Republicans who care about climate change: ‘They are done with the denial’As despair intensifies over Trump’s agenda, the bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus brings Democrats and Republicans together to break the deadlockThe failure of American politics to deal with, or even coherently discuss, climate change was perhaps ... read more
- Kering and Silicon Valley find a good fit in sustainable fashionThe acclaimed fashion company behind Gucci and Saint Laurent teams with a startup accelerator to find the next big thing in circular, durable and decarbonized fashion. ... read more
- Business doesn’t need permission to act on climateWhile the Trump administration vacillates on managing climate change, a new roadmap offers a path for business action to move forward. ... read more
- Global tourism stakeholders to convene at sustainability summitVERGE Hawaii Sustainable Tourism Summit aims to reap economic, social and environmental benefits. ... read more
- Even Rick Perry agrees: Clean power movement is unstoppableRenewable electricity will account for much of our supply by 2040. Policymakers believe we must act more quickly to decarbonize existing industries. ... read more
- 4 ways to improve corporate water targetsFor companies to succeed as water stewards, they need a new generation of targets based on local context and guided by the best available science. ... read more
- Flexibility — the workhorse of the global energy transitionEvery day it seems that generation from variable renewables hits new milestones. In March, California hit a new record in renewable energy production by supplying 56% of midday demand. And every day, prices for new projects ... read more
- Electric Motorcycle Review — 2017 Zero DS 13.0Zero entrusted us with a 2017 DS 13.0 for a month. Robert and I took it through the paces both around Los Angeles and off road. We argued over which was the ultimate urban warrior ... read more
- China economic upturn threatens emissions gainsSource: Financial Times - Growth sparks pollution rise after years of improved air quality and falling coal use ... read more
- China to boost non-fossil fuel use to 20 percent by 2030: state plannerSource: Reuters - China aims for non-fossil fuels to account for about 20 percent of total energy consumption by 2030, increasing to more than half of demand by 2050, its state planner said on Tuesday, ... read more
- Perry Says Trump Should Renegotiate, Not Exit, Paris AccordSource: Bloomberg - Energy Secretary Rick Perry became the latest senior member of President Donald Trump’s administration to publicly advocate for staying in the Paris climate accord, saying the U.S. should renegotiate the deal and ... read more
- XING Mobility Miss R & Miss E Promise Electric Track Fun On StreetSomewhere in the comments on the MG E-Motion Concept story, longtime readers Benjamin Nead and Kurt Lowder asked how come we don’t we have small sport electric cars. While electric sedans are great and electric ... read more
- Manchots: les chercheurs appellent à mieux protéger l’AntarctiqueSource: L'Obs - Les manchots sont directement menacés par le réchauffement climatique qui modifie très rapidement leur habitat et l'abondance de leurs ressources alimentaires, ont averti mardi des scientifiques à l'occasion de la Journée mondiale ... read more
- De plus en plus dicebergs longent la côte est du Canada, et ce nest pas une bonne nouvelle
Source: Science Post - Si le spectacle des icebergs qui longent la côte est du Canada en cette période est des plus beaux, il n’en est pas moins inquiétant, leur nombre étant en forte hausse. ... read more
- Climat: 13 grands groupes pressent la Maison Blanche de rester dans laccord de ParisSource: AFP - Treize grands groupes internationaux, dont plusieurs géants américains, ont pressé mercredi le président Donald Trump de maintenir les États-Unis dans l’accord de Paris sur le climat. ... read more
- Assemblée générale dAXA. Le géant de lassurance ne sera pas le leader de demainSource: Amis de la Terre - Interrogé pendant son Assemblée Générale par les Amis de la Terre et son partenaire polonais « Development Yes, Open-pit Mines No », AXA rate l’opportunité de renouer avec le ... read more
- Accord de Paris: les USA pourraient resterSource: 20 Minutes (Suisse) - L'administration du président Donald Trump semble envisager de plus en plus sérieusement de maintenir les Etats-Unis dans l'accord de Paris sur le climat, sous la pression des grandes entreprises et ... read more
- Carbon trading experts urge government to stay in EU ETS until at least 2020Source: Business Green - The government is facing mounting pressure to clarify its plans for the EU's Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) after Brexit, after the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) wrote to Climate Change Minister ... read more
- Pope Francis Surprises The World With TED Talk From Vatican
- PSA Group Now Subject Of Diesel Emissions Cheating Investigation In FranceJoining Renault, Volkswagen, and Fiat-Chrysler, PSA Group is also now under investigation by French authorities in relation to possible diesel emissions testing cheating, according to recent reports PSA Group Now Subject Of Diesel Emissions Cheating ... read more
- Oil Giant Total Sees Electric Cars Seriously Cutting Into Oil Demand SoonAt the Bloomberg New Energy Finance conference in New York on April 25, Joel Couse, chief economist for Total, predicted that sales of electric cars will surge from about 1% globally in today's new car ... read more
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