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Extreme winter weather in Texas caused energy shortages and threatened health and safety. A mix of energy sources could be the way forward, say two experts.
Denmark is building an artificial island in the North Sea that will be capable of meeting the electricity needs of 3 million households.
Demand for oil and gas is likely to remain, albeit lowered, for the foreseeable future, so the challenge is how to invest in the lowest emitting options.
More than eight million people died in 2018 as a result of breathing particulate matter from burning fossil fuels – prompting calls for a more urgent switch to clean energy.
While COVID-19 dampened global demand for electricity, Viet Nam delivered a 25-fold increase in its solar power capacity last year.
Wind, hydropower and the other renewable sources must match solar power's innovation curve over the past decade if they are to scale up and help us beat climate change.
Passive houses harness natural energy sources to generate – and capture – heat, reducing the need for bought-in energy.
Global warming and climate change has led to 2020 and 2016 being around 1.2 degrees Celsius hotter than the average temperature during the 19th century.
Building back better must include a focus on reaching net-zero, the energy transition and committing to circular economies and sustainable consumption.
The freight sector accounts for about 9% of global carbon emissions. New Shell report identifies 22 solutions that can help the industry reduce emissions.
It might have been a terrible year in many respects, but new research suggests 2020 was the year the world finally learned to love electric vehicles.
From the ever-decreasing price of solar power to the growing momentum behind carbon neutrality, the UNDP's Marcel Alers explains why it could be a good year for clean energy.
To reduce emissions, the share of clean energy in total investment needs to rise to two-thirds by 2030. 60% of that has to occur in developing economies.
The dip brings the US within striking distance of its commitment at the Paris climate summit to bring emissions 26-28% below 2005 levels by 2025.