Pay-as-you-go systems helped make cell phones widespread across Africa by bypassing landline infrastructure. Can the same model work for solar energy?
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Could ‘pay-as-you-go’ solar electrify rural Africa?
It’s 10 years after the sub-prime mortgage crisis and analysts are still largely ignoring long-term financial risks.
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Is the finance sector really equipped to assess climate risks?
Comments Off on Why coal country must be part of the clean economy
One of the most remarkable developments in recent years has been the relatively drama-free embrace in many corners of the private sector of the concept of environmental externalities. Arguments over the indirect costs of fossil fuel combustion — climate change, mercury contamination, ground level ozone and the like — have been a form of hand-to-hand combat in utility rate cases and other regulatory actions for years.
Why coal country must be part of the clean economy
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China is playing a leading role in the corporate clean energy landscape, with almost the double number of U.S. companies in latest rankings .
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In a bid to reduce food waste, two major industry associations have released new guidance to clarify food expiration dates.
Comments Off on Are we nearing an energy Trumpocalypse?
A global energy crisis is a lot less hypothetical than it was just a few weeks ago. Is your company ready?
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Are we nearing an energy Trumpocalypse?
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Fifteen global brands pledged to find replacements for polystyrene, expanded polystyrene and PVC. What’s next?
Comments Off on Making a persuasive case for clean energy in 2017
The numbers speak for themselves: Renewable energy builds real jobs, and that’s just part of the picture.
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Making a persuasive case for clean energy in 2017
Comments Off on The long view: Enter President Trump
The consequences of Donald Trump’s presidency may shape global economy, geology and climate for millennia.
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The long view: Enter President Trump
Comments Off on Why transportation tech is on a collision course for 2017
From self-driving Ubers to the battle brewing over the next Tesla, the mobility revolution is poised to come to a head this year.