The global energy transition remains in a state of net forward momentum as of the end of November.
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If we were to consider the recent election and its aftermath as a dry run or a sort of stress-test for the way the more liberal half of America will respond to the emerging climate crisis, the outlook is mixed, at best.
Why are we failing at communicating the danger of climate change?
It is all but certain now that 2016 will shatter historical records to be the warmest year ever by a wide margin.
A major issue in climate economics is whether it is possible to halt the growth in carbon emissions and to achieve, instead, a rapid reduction.
The election of Donald Trump reflects the unraveling of the centre-left across the West, and with it a fragile consensus on climate change.
The entire system must be put into question, not just who joins the new executive committee.
Regrettably, the American electorate chose a president and vice president who believe that climate change is a hoax – that the scientific consensus on anthropogenic climate change that is shared by hundreds of institutions and thousands of researchers is some kind of conspiracy against a …
The climate change policy bureaucracy has taken on a magical belief in technology "super-heroes" as the only way to escape the need for immediate, deep, carbon emission reductions.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has dramatically scaled back its outlook for coal demand growth over the next 25 years, Carbon Brief analysis shows.