Yvo de Boer –
There is broad consensus that renewable energy is a crucial component of a low-carbon future, but more needs to be done to spur green investments and mobilise climate finance, says Global Green Growth Institute Director-General Yvo de Boer.
Eva Rehse –
The Paris Climate Summit has highlighted the role for private investment in climate finance. It is now up to funders – both corporate and non-corporate – to shape the path ahead, writes Global Greengrants Fund UK/Europe director Eva Rehse.
In order to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, businesses will have to understand that incremental shifts in their operating models won't be enough. A complete overhaul is needed, says Jericho Chambers co-founder Jules Peck.
At around the same time as December's Paris climate summit, Australia unveiled a National Energy Productivity Plan. RMIT senior industry fellow Alan Pears explains what this is, and how Australia can achieve it.
Singapore, along with 194 other nations, has adopted a global agreement to jointly tackle climate change. This is no easy feat, as reducing our environmental footprint will involve changing our mindsets and habits as well as overcoming technological hurdles.