Sep 27, 2016: Our world leaders committed to the Sustainable Development Goals, and promised to leave no one behind. Now we need to deliver on every one of those goals – for everyone, no matter who they are, or where they live.
Sep 23, 2016: A loose coalition of more than 100 countries, including the US and European nations, is pushing for an early phase-out of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), a powerful greenhouse gas that if left unchecked is set to add a potentially disastrous 0.5C to global temperatures by the end of the century, the Guardian reports.
Sep 22, 2016: Concerns abound about what a Donald Trump presidency in the United States could mean for the Paris Agreement, the new head of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change has said.
Sep 19, 2016: Foreign Exchange Risk ("FX Risk") is a key inhibitor of capital inflows and deal progress in the Power sector particularly in developing countries.
Sep 19, 2016: Sustainable Energy for All is shifting gear with a new five-year strategy that will drive action to deliver universal access to affordable, clean energy, following the landmark promises made last year by the global community.
Sep 19, 2016: Sustainable Energy for All is creating new ‘heat maps’ as a tool to help focus resources for maximum impact across our three objectives on energy access, energy efficiency and renewables.
Sep 18, 2016: Rachel Kyte, SEforALL’s Chief Executive Officer and Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Sustainable Energy for All, will be among the high-profile speakers at the opening session of Climate Week in New York.
Sep 16, 2016: Leading development finance institutions and heads of Nigeria’s most accomplished energy companies will meet with national government at EnergyNet’s Powering Africa: Nigeria Investment Summit.
Sep 15, 2016: What are the key developments and prospects for existing and emerging carbon initiatives? Today, about 40 national and over 20 sub-national jurisdictions, responsible for almost one-fourth of global greenhouse gas emissions, are putting a price on carbon. Together, these initiatives cover the equivalent of almost 6 gigatons of carbon dioxide, or about 12% of global emissions.