As climate change heats up the planet more countries are looking to move larger parts of their power generation from fossil fuels to renewables.
There needs to be a massive shift in favour of renewable energy if the world is to become carbon neutral.
We cannot solve climate change without transforming our built environment. This will require massive efforts from the private and public sectors - but it is possible with current technology.
US President Donald Trump dismissed the "perennial prophets of doom" who aim to stifle the American dream, and said people should put their faith in technology and unfettered free enterpr...
Brad Smith, President of Microsoft, wants the tech giant to go carbon negative by 2030, removing all prior emissions through offsetting.
Installing solar panels in the Sahara desert in North Africa could provide renewable energy to millions of Europeans at low cost to the environment.
The energy transition context in developing and developed regions is very different - and its success in emerging economies rests on understanding this. Here's a guide.
The private sector has a huge role to play in supporting the global transition to a sustainable energy ecosystem. Here's where the industry should focus its efforts.
The cost of solar modules has fallen dramatically over the past decade, and is expected to halve again by 2030. Could this spell the end for fossil fuels?
Driven by global warming and urbanization, demand for air conditioning is growing - and so is its impact on the climate. Could the finalists of the Global Cooling Prize have the answer?
Solar power is improving the lives of millions of people in places traditional grid electricity can’t reach.
Tackling climate change will require huge shifts in policy and finance. By working together, governments and the private sector can pave the way to a clean energy future
America’s second-largest state is a pioneer for wind farming – producing more than 27 gigawatts in 2018. This is how.
For developing countries, the energy transition must be balanced with increasing access to affordable energy - but there are ways for them to do both, and at speed
Introducing a new accounting standard that compels the biggest emitters to pay for the social costs of their activities would be unprecedented - but it might just save the day