Archives for Energy
Scientists suggest the Arctic should have renewed focus as the melting of permafrost and resulting climate change impacts could cost as much as $43 trillion.
Over 20 regional and local governments, which together comprise 10 percent of the world’s GDP, have committed to new reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
As you can see in recent months I have not been posting much, and that has been because I had returned to Abu Dhabi to work on some projects again for Masdar.
For years the United Arab Emirates had the lowest automobile fuel prices in the world, but that will change with the scrapping of fuel subsidies.
Oman, along with the rest of the Middle East, scores more than its fair share of sun, but solar power is still at its nascent stage in this country.
Ikea announced it is ratcheting up its climate change pledge to the tune of €1 billion ($1.1 billion) in new projects worldwide.
Last night, Abu Dhabi took center stage as a global leader of clean energy research and development with the official opening of the IRENA Headquarters.
The powerful Church of England is putting its pounds and pence where its mouth is: The body that administers the worldwide Anglican Communion last week announced it is divesting from thermal coal and tar sands.
As I write my 3000 posts, I find myself in Abu Dhabi again and reflect on the achievements and challenges here in the United Arab Emirates.
Panasonic Eco Solutions, Clean Power Finance and Coronal Group launched a partnership that aims to make solar more to businesses and non-profits.
Timex is asking citizens to upload a photo and share their pledges in order to spread the word about Earth Hour 2015.
A bill requiring Hawaii to generate 100 percent of its energy needs from renewables by 2040 is close to passage by the state’s legislature.