While energy companies rejoiced what Trump hailed as "the start of a new era" in American energy production, environmentalists described the move as "dangerous", "embarrassing", and the single biggest attack on climate action in US history.
and Simon Taylor –
What's driving the low levels of commitment and ambition among governments to reduce carbon emissions? It could be the corrupting influence of vested interests, say Heinrich Böll Foundation's Lili Fuhr and Global Witness's Simon Taylor.
Amandine Denis-Ryan –
With evidence mounting that energy efficiency and renewables can help decarbonise Australia's energy system, its obvious that coal’s role as the backbone of our electricity system is truly over, says ClimateWorks' Amandine Denis-Ryan.
Blair Palese –
Australia's bank regulator has stressed that climate change is a major financial risk, but Australia's Westpac bank has yet to rule out funding the controversial Adani mega coal project. That's a dangerous gamble, says 350.org Australia head Blair Palese.
Energy policy expert Hugh Saddler outlines the real problem behind Australia's electricity woes: the rules that govern decisions about what infrastructure to build, and when, are inflexible and outdated.
Black & Veatch's sixth annual Strategic Directions in the U.S. Electric Utility Industry Report shows that the electric utility industry is starting to change how it operates. Factors ranging from ...