The falling cost of wind and solar could “substantially erode” the value of carbon capture and storage technologies as a pathway to reduce
The rich are destroying our livelihood. The richest one percent of people are responsible for 16 percent of global CO2 emissions. This inequality
A Finnish dairy company is becoming a model company: the profits belong directly to the dairy farmers instead of large investors, the cows
John Kerry, the US special envoy on climate, is predicting that the shift to a green economy would entail “a bigger economic transformation”
The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia has put forth their strategy for developing a climate‐resilient green economy by 2025. The government states that
Thijs Stoop/Unsplash, FAL James Dyke, University of Exeter; Robert Watson, University of East Anglia, and Wolfgang Knorr, Lund University Sometimes realisation comes in
India’s power and renewable energy minister has called out rich nations for setting distant net-zero targets without short-time action, Climate Home News reports.
The Greens are also calling for Biden to formally declare a climate emergency and to invest an additional $1.4 trillion annually to implement