An end to support for renewables? The wrong battle to fight
Support for renewables is here to stay. Would it not be better for conventional generators to explore new business models? Fabio Genoese asks
Beyond 2015: integrating universal energy access in the new development framework
Arno Behrens says today’s developing countries require access to secure, affordable, clean and sustainable energy services to fight poverty
Building on success to tackle climate pollutants
Long ago the effects of climate change began exerting significant economic impacts on core areas such as infrastructure, public safety, public health, farming, forestry and mining, finds Scott Vaughan
IISD sees ways to increase private sector investment in climate change mitigation through NAMAs
One of the fundamental challenges facing governments looking to develop effective climate change solutions is effectively leveraging private finance, say Jessica Boyle, Avet Khachatryan and Philip Gass Economic growth 2.0
Connie Hedegaard believes that only a sustainable growth model can ensure a decent life in the 21st century for the children born today
Omissions in the energy strategy disturb the investment climate
Is the Bulgarian government ‘for’ or ‘against’ green energy? Vladimir Penkov writes