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The issue of universities divesting assets that pose climate risks can be a contentious one – even, it seems, among those of us who agree that it is an important goal.
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WA flags higher fixed network charges, and possibly a special charge against solar households, as it seeks to arrest the potential death spiral of its unsustainable electricity grid. But any move is likely to backfire, particularly with storage at hand.
The rise and rise of the coffee pods are emerging as one of Britain's biggest environmental headaches, it seems.
Paul Coster, of JPMorgan Chase, says 2014 was an historic year for investments for renewables, and the sector is now a mainstream asset.
German utility giant RWE changes its mind on solar, and buys stake in major solar company Conergy.
Dow Chemical joins other corporate leaders in choosing wind energy over gas for a Texas manufacturing plant.
Chart shows Australia’s emissions reductions rate to achieve minimum target is very low compared to other advanced economies. So why the lack of ambition?