The global Break Free campaign against fossil fuels concluded on Monday, with more than 30,000 protesters worldwide calling for a shift away from oil, coal, and gas, to a fully renewable energy-powered world.
In an increasingly competitive solar industry, manufacturers are on the lookout for new ways to make their products more efficient. Eco-Business takes a look at how Chinese manufacturer Yingli Solar gets its photovoltaic panels to work overtime.
Following a period of stalled renewable energy progress and policy uncertainty, Australia is gaining ground again as one of the world's top 10 most attractive countries for renewable energy investment.
and Adair Turner –
Producing 100 per cent of the world's electricity from renewable sources won't be enough to meet its climate goals. Broader changes to the global energy system are needed, say energy experts Ajay Mathur and Adair Turner.
John Elkington –
The new world energy order, dominated by coal and oil, is coming to an end, says Volans chairman John Elkington. The future belongs to clean energy, and it is up to companies to innovate or fall behind.
World Resources Institute climate experts Ranping Song and Cynthia Elliott explore the progress that governments, cities, and businesses have delivered on reducing emissions since last December's Paris agreement.
Despite climate denialists having actively worked against meaningful agreements on climate change in the past, these groups were strangely quiet during COP21. Sociology professors Timmons Roberts and Robert Brulle explore the possible reasons why.
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 ...