Biodiversity loss is increasing just as scaling up the size of renewable energy facilities has become an urgent requirement. A win-win for flora, fauna and the climate can be achieved by the renewables industry and conservation groups working strategically in close harmony
Global clean energy goals could be met 17 times over using agricultural land and the sites of former mines in preference to unspoilt countryside
“We have had some really good examples of nature inclusive design which can improve environmental conditions. We should be talking about positive opportunities to make things better” ...
The new rules may cause “more work and more risk” for developers
Much as in the energy transition debate, the big question is who pays for carbon removal
Pollution is causing seagrass growing on our ocean floors to retreat. Scientists believe the habitat could be an important carbon sink and are working to restore it
Massive investment opportunities exist for those deciding to use their cash to help renovate buildings, says Jennifer Layke, Global Director of Energy at the World Resources Institute
Direct tariffs should be promoted and financed by large-scale donors to accelerate the adoption of renewables in developing countries, argue experts from Dalberg, a global advisory firm. This would encourage the release of extra capital by guaranteeing a market and an energy price for clean energy sources