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‘A Narrow Pathway’: How a New Climate Report Rocked the Energy World

The IEA says a major shift in the way we use energy needs to happen right now—not decades or even years in the future .....»»

Category: topSource: timeMay 20th, 2021

Duke University report studies climate change impact on Chinese energy consumption

The need – and competition – for Chinese energy will be substantially rising as the world continues to battle a heating planet, according to a Duke University study.  The university's report, conducted through its Durham and China campuses, analyz.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsDec 26th, 2018

U.S. senator touts recent federal, state electrification efforts at Westside event

"In a world where, for years, we were told that we didn't really have any way to do something personal about climate and about the transition to clean energy, this is a place where individuals and businesses have all of the control," Heinrich said......»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsMay 6th, 2024

: Stop new oil and gas investment, energy watchdog says in tougher stance on emissions

The world must stop investing in new oil and gas wells to hit ambitious climate goals by 2050, the International Energy Agency says......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchMay 18th, 2021

: Stop new oil and gas investment, leading energy watchdog says in tougher stance on emissions

The world must stop investing in new oil and gas wells to hit ambitious climate goals by 2050, the International Energy Agency says......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchMay 18th, 2021

US officials believe Russia may be behind the suspected directed-energy attacks that are getting government employees sick around the world, report says

The US investigation into personnel falling ill around the world is focusing on whether Russia's GRU spy agency is involved, officials told Politico. Russian President Vladimir Putin. Mikhail Klimentyev/Getty Images The US has been .....»»

Category: personnelSource: nytMay 11th, 2021

: The world’s fossil-fuel addiction has only gotten stronger — so here’s where to invest, says Wells Fargo’s LaForge

Since Earth Day was first celebrated decades ago, fossil fuels have become a larger percentage of global energy use, according to a Wells Fargo report......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchApr 19th, 2021

Why Hydrogen Fuel Is The Next Big Green Thing

As COVID-19 starts to take up less of the world's attention, the issue of climate change and green energy is growing. read more.....»»

Category: blogSource: benzingaMar 10th, 2021

Walking On Sunshine Is Good – But Earning On Sunshine Is Good Too!

Due to consequences of environmental pollution and the climate change, the whole world is gradually switching to the renewable energy sou.....»»

Category: blogSource: benzingaFeb 14th, 2020

Walking On Sunshine Is Good – But Earning On Sunshine Is Good Too!

Due to consequences of environmental pollution and the climate change, the whole world is gradually switching to the renewable energy sources, marking a true era of energy revolutio.....»»

Category: earningsSource: benzingaFeb 14th, 2020

The "Doomsday Clock" has jumped closer to midnight than ever as nuclear weapons and climate disasters turn the world into a "pressure cooker"

US Department of Energy The Doomsday Clock is now 100 seconds to midnight, closer than ever in its 73-year history. The researchers behind the clock cited in.....»»

Category: topSource: businessinsiderJan 23rd, 2020

An intensifying climate crisis threatens more than half of the world"s GDP, research claims

Over half of the world's GDP (gross domestic product) is exposed to risks from nature loss, according to a new report......»»

Category: topSource: moneycentralJan 19th, 2020

Climate crisis dominates the top risks in World Economic Forum report ahead of Davos

A decade of record-setting heat and ice melt, punctuated by the fires consuming Australia right now, position climate-change risks atop the list of concerns as chief executives from the world’s most powerful companies ready to gather in Davos......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchJan 15th, 2020

Higher education’s role in the race to a climate change solution

The world has about a decade to get climate change under control, according to a landmark report produced by scientists serving on the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. If carbon emissions are not drastically reduced by then,.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsDec 13th, 2019

Capitol Report: Climate change protesters disrupt D.C. rush-hour traffic

Demonstrations calling for the World Bank to stop supporting fossil fuel projects resulted in the closure of several streets in the heart of downtown Washington on Friday......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchDec 6th, 2019

IKEA to invest 200 million euros in race to turn "climate positive"

IKEA, the world's biggest furniture group, said on Wednesday it would spend around 100 million euros ($110 million) on supporting its direct suppliers in moving over to renewable energy......»»

Category: topSource: reutersNov 27th, 2019

The world is getting windier and it could mean a big boost for alternative energy

According to a new research report, the world is getting windier, and there are big implications for the wind energy industry......»»

Category: topSource: moneycentralNov 19th, 2019

World"s energy watchdog is undermining climate change battle, critics say

A short walk from the Eiffel Tower, Fatih Birol oversees the world’s energy watchdog, whose analyses of fuel demand have long been viewed as the gold standard by government officials, energy executives and investors......»»

Category: topSource: reutersNov 12th, 2019

These countries have some of the world’s worst emissions gains

India, the U.S and China saw some of the biggest rises in greenhouse gas emissions last year due to booming energy consumption dominated by fossil fuels, putting global climate goals at risk, according to a new report......»»

Category: topSource: moneycentralNov 6th, 2019

These countries have some of the world’s worst emissions gains

India, the U.S and China saw some of the biggest rises in greenhouse gas emissions last year due to booming energy consumption dominated by fossil fuels, putting global climate goals at risk, according to a new report......»»

Category: topSource: moneycentralNov 6th, 2019

New climate report: Oceans rising faster, ice melting more

Due to , the world's oceans are getting warmer, rising higher, losing oxygen and becoming more acidic at an ever-faster pace and melting even more ice and snow, a grim international science... To view the full story, click the title link......»»

Category: blogSource: crainsnewyorkSep 26th, 2019