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A Wall Street veteran’s views on climate risk: We must act now

June 20th, 2017|

A Wall Street veteran's views on climate risk: We must act now

Choosing not to price climate risk appropriately is insane.

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Nicolas Hulot veut accélérer la lutte contre le réchauffement climatique

June 13th, 2017|

Nicolas Hulot veut accélérer la lutte contre le réchauffement climatique

Face au problème du financement de l’accord de Paris, la France veut aller plus vite dans la lutte contre le réchauffement climatique, a affirmé Nicolas Hulot

Face au problème du financement de l’accord de Paris, la France veut aller plus vite dans la lutte contre le réchauffement climatique, a affirmé Nicolas Hulot

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China and California sign deal to work on climate change without Trump

June 12th, 2017|

China and California sign deal to work on climate change without Trump

Governor Jerry Brown says president’s decision to pull the US out of the Paris agreement will be only a temporary setback

Governor Jerry Brown says president’s decision to pull the US out of the Paris agreement will be only a temporary setback

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UN chief Guterres says climate deal is essential

May 31st, 2017|

UN chief Guterres says climate deal is essential

Antonio Guterres was speaking after Donald Trump refused to back the Paris climate accord.

Antonio Guterres was speaking after Donald Trump refused to back the Paris climate accord.

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Sky-high carbon tax needed to avoid climate catastrophe, say experts

May 30th, 2017|

Sky-high carbon tax needed to avoid climate catastrophe, say experts

Leading economists, including Joseph Stiglitz and Nicholas Stern say taxes of $100 per metric tonne could be needed by 2030

Leading economists, including Joseph Stiglitz and Nicholas Stern say taxes of $100 per metric tonne could be needed by 2030

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How to Unlock Private Investment for Climate Action

May 29th, 2017|

How to Unlock Private Investment for Climate Action

In 2016, the historic Paris Climate Change Agreement accelerated already growing markets for climate-smart investment. And 2015 was another record-breaking year for renewable energy, with nearly $350 billion invested, more than double the amount going to fossil-powered generation.

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Renewable Energy Employs 9.8 million People Worldwide, New IRENA Report Finds

May 26th, 2017|

Renewable Energy Employs 9.8 million People Worldwide, New IRENA Report Finds

More than 9.8 million people were employed in the renewable energy sector in 2016, according to a new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Renewable Energy and Jobs – Annual Review 2017, released at IRENA’s 13th Council meeting, provides the latest employment figures of the renewable energy sector and insight into the factors affecting the renewable labour market.

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Un contrat de performance énergétique de la ville de Paris est lauréat de la catégorie efficacité énergétique

May 17th, 2017|

Un contrat de performance énergétique de la ville de Paris est lauréat de la catégorie efficacit

Le contrat de performance énergétique de la Ville de Paris, prévu pour vingt ans et portant sur 100 écoles, est lauréat des Trophées de la... - L'Usine de l'Energie

Le contrat de performance énergétique de la Ville de Paris, prévu pour vingt ans et portant sur 100 écoles, est lauréat des Trophées de la... - L'Usine de l'Energie

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Three Reasons to Believe in China’s Renewable Energy Boom

May 17th, 2017|

Three Reasons to Believe in China's Renewable Energy Boom

It has atrocious air pollution. It fears climate change. And it wants to be a "manufacturing monster" in renewables too.

It has atrocious air pollution. It fears climate change. And it wants to be a "manufacturing monster" in renewables too.

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While the US is ramping up coal, China is suspending most of its new coal power plants

May 16th, 2017|

While the US is ramping up coal, China is suspending most of its new coal power plants

As US president Donald Trump had hoped, coal production in the US is on the rise. By April, the country had mined 17% more coal than a year ago. Despite this rise, the number of coal jobs continues to fall thanks to automation. Coal is the dirtiest fossil fuel. With the shale gas boom

As US president Donald Trump had hoped, coal production in the US is on the rise. By April, the country had mined 17% more coal than a year ago. Despite this rise, the number of coal jobs continues to fall thanks to automation. Coal is the dirtiest fossil fuel. With the shale gas boom

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