This post originally appeared in the National Journal Energy & Environment Expert Blog. The question was, “The summer of…
This post originally appeared on the Corporate Eco Forum’s Ecoinnovator blog.
If one thinks of the ongoing climate negotiations as a paint-by-numbers picture, the Cancun Agreements outlined what t
This piece originally appeared on the National Journal Energy and Environment Experts Blog.
The case of the solar…
This piece was written by Felix Matthes, Oeko-Institut, and Jennifer Morgan, WRI.
This post originally appeared on the National Journal Energy & Environment Experts Blog.
More progress on substantive issues is needed to keep the climate talks headed in the right direction.
Today, the government of the United Kingdom took a significant step to shift to a low-carbon economy, providing clear signals to investors that the UK wants to host large-scale clean energy projects moving forward.
By Jennifer Morgan and Remi Moncel on April 8, 2011
Tough issues remain as climate change negotiators chart the year’s work in Bangkok.
Negotiators are now figuring out the details that will turn the Cancun Agreements into something that makes a difference on the ground.
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