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IEA: concrete action must meet low-carbon ambition

The International Energy Agency has declared concrete action is needed to meet decarbonization ambitions, and that cities are at the

Only five years left before 1.5°C carbon budget is blown

In its most recent synthesis report, published in early 2014, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) laid out estimates

Global light duty electric vehicle sales are expected to exceed 6 million in 2024

The market share of luxury plug-in electric vehicles is expected to grow from 23 percent in 2015 to 50 percent

Opec says electric cars will remain irrelevant through 2040

Increased electric-car adoption could dramatically decrease global demand for fossil fuels, but the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries –

Here’s how much the world’s biggest economies spend on fossil fuel subsidies

The world’s 20 top economies spend more than $400 billion dollars each year propping up fossil fuel production, a practice

US climate policies boosted economy $2.2 billion in 2013

Going green by switching to renewable sources of electricity could be good business for the US, according to new research.

More walls, more warming, less water: a world at risk in 2016

An increased likelihood for all risks, from the environmental to society, the economy, geopolitics and technology, looks set to shape

Increasing world’s share of renewable energy would boost global Gdp up to $1.3 trillion

Achieving a 36 per cent share of renewable energy in the global energy mix by 2030 would increase global gross

5 Climate and clean energy charts from 2015 you need to see

This was a big year in climate science and solutions. We learned a number of truly astounding things, which generally makes

Empty promises: G20 subsidies to oil, gas and coal production

G20 country governments are providing $452 billion a year in subsidies for the production of fossil fuels. Their continued support

How renewable energy could make climate treaties moot

By Mark Z. Jacobson, professor of civil and environmental engineering and director of the Atmosphere/Energy Program, at Stanford University The

People worldwide support a global emissions agreement

As world leaders gather in Paris to fashion a global climate change accord, their citizens are sending them two different