Neil Ashton –
After Solar Impulse's successful round-the-world trip, don't expect a solar-powered 747 anytime soon; but do expect huge leaps forward in the domestic power market, says Oxford University researcher Neil Ashton.
and Jennie C. Stephens –
Women are underrepresented in the energy sector at a time of rapid change and demand for new talent. Hiring more women could make energy companies more innovative and speed the shift to clean fuels.
Yvo de Boer –
Current climate commitments by countries are not enough to avoid dangerous climate change, says Global Green Growth Institute director-general Yvo de Boer. The public and private sector need to unlock financing for a low-carbon future.
Observers expect the green economy to deliver sustainable economic growth, but this transition will not be automatically achieved through technology and economics alone. Instead, the green transformation is a political task, say experts.
Polls find that people who support Britain leaving the European Union disproportionally deny mainstream science. But without a fact-based debate, the referendum could be decided on the wrong grounds, says Sindicatum Sustainable Resources chief executive Assaad Razzouk.
If it's green, it's mostly clean, according to a new, comprehensive review of renewable energy sources released today by the International Resource Panel, hosted by the United Nations Environment Programme ...
The eighth annual State of Green Business report continues GreenBiz's tradition of opening a window into how, and how much, companies are improving their environmental performance and how much their ...