The coal-fired Castle Gate Power Plant is pictured outside Helper, Utah. Photograph: George Frey/Reuters
In the News | Oct 31 2016

Climate denial often centers around myths about the importance of coal in alleviating poverty

In the News | Oct 31 2016

Even as the U.S. pledges to cut its emissions, it is helping to finance new coal-powered plants overseas.

In the News | Oct 27 2016

Air-conditioning is not just a luxury. It’s a critical adaptation tool in a warming world, with the ability to save lives.

In the News | Oct 27 2016

Economist says green development is the only route to global economic growth and points to China leading the world on climate change action

In the News | Oct 26 2016

Nepal is one of the most vulnerable countries in terms of climate change and its impacts.

In the News | Oct 26 2016

To expand use of clean power, Kenya moves toward solar panel systems with batteries to provide power at night

In the News | Oct 26 2016

Coal only makes global poverty worse.

In the News | Oct 25 2016

Clean power installations will flatline without sustained policy improvements, says influential forecaster

In the News | Oct 25 2016

Plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions by big companies represent only a quarter of the amounts needed to limit global warming under targets agreed last year by almost 200 nations, a study showed on Tuesday.

In the News | Oct 24 2016

Solar power in India will be cheaper than imported coal by 2020, but replacing the subcontinent’s fossil fuels with renewable energy is an enormous task.
 

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