This article is part three of a three-part series detailing teen climate ambassadors Inka Vogt and Fabian Beveridge’s trip to Bonn, Germany. Inka and Fabian are currently cycling 10,000 km across Europe to raise awareness about climate change and the need for climate action. In Bonn, they visited the United ICLEIIRENARE100UNFCCC Read More
Ahead of the G20 meeting which starts in Hamburg at the end of this week, the International Renewable Energy Agency IRENA has published a report showing that clean energy could achieve 90% of the energy-related CO emission reductions required to meet the central goals of the Paris Climate Change Agreement.
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Business and Policy Leaders Commit to Further Action on Global Energy Transition for a Just Climate Future for All
Marrakech, 11 November, 2016 – With the Paris Climate Agreement having just come into force, leaders from a wide range of sectors are coming together on Energy Day at the UN Climate Change 1.5 degrees2 degreesAdnan Z. AminAlejandro AgagAMEEAREIBill Weihlep100Hakima El HaiteIRENAKevin RabinovitchLaurence TubianaMASENNDC'srachel kyteRE100SDG'sSEforALLSIDS Read More
Quito, Ecuador, 18 October 2016 – Cities now have an unprecedented opportunity to transform and decarbonise their energy supply and use, according to a new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Renewable Energy in Cities, released today on the sidelines of the Habitat III Conference in Quito, estimates Adnan Z. AminCitieshabitat iiiIRENARenewablesSDG's Read More
The dramatic cost reductions we’ve seen in recent years for solar and wind electricity will continue well into the future, according to a new report released today by IRENA. It finds that by 2025 – with the right regulatory and policy frameworks in place – average electricity costs could decrease 59% 2025Adnan Z. Aminclimate changeenergy policyFossil Fuelsfossil-fuel subsidy reformintersolarIRENAletting in the lightPVwind Read More