Nowadays, offshore wind provides only 0.3% of global power generation. However, the last International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Offshore Wind Outlook report concluded that it could meet the world’s
Despite a rise in renewable energy, global energy production from fossil fuels keeps breaking records. 50% of all fossil fuels burned in human history has taken place since 1990, just before the Kyoto
The state of New York just passed the most progressive climate bill in the US and one of the most ambitious ones in the world.
The legislation includes a target of 85% emissions reductions from 1990
This past Tuesday, the Royal Dutch Shell company released an unprecedented public report outlining their relationship with 19 industry associations, following an internal review.
As a basis of their
While fossil fuels are still the largest global source of energy for electricity generation, the transition to low-carbon energy production might not take as long as we think. The main reason? (hint:
Last week, the U.S. unveiled a Green New Deal resolution, which outlines plans to become carbon neutral in the next 10 years. With a WWII-level of economic transformation, it calls for national
The City of Regina is embracing action rather than fear when it comes to climate pollution! On October 29th, 2018, city councillors unanimously adopted a 100% renewable energy target for 2050. This
For the first time, employment in the renewable energy sector has reached the 10 million mark last year! The renewable energy sector employed 10.3 million people, directly and indirectly, which repres