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Australia’s Strategic Coral Islands Face Imminent Disappearance Due to Climate Change, Study Warns

A recent study has raised concerns about the fate of more than a dozen strategically vital coral islands in Australia, as they face an imminent threat due to climate change. Rising sea levels, marine heatwaves, intensified weather patterns, and ocean acidification are all contributing to the perilous situation. Dr. Tommy Fellowes from the University of […]

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Is There Potential to Set Even Higher Renewable Energy Targets?

As the world makes significant strides in renewable energy deployment, an intriguing possibility emerges: many countries have the potential to not only meet but also exceed their current renewable energy targets. This potential, highlighted in the report by Ember, is propelled by rapid growth and technological advancements in the renewable energy sector. This blog explores

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What Policies and Investments Are Needed for Renewable Energy Growth?

Achieving the ambitious goal of tripling renewable energy capacity by 2030 is not just a matter of technological advancement; it hinges critically on robust policy support and strategic investments. The recent report by Ember underscores the necessity of these elements in fostering a rapid and sustainable transition to renewable energy sources. The Crucial Role of

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Will Renewable Energy Capacity Really Double by 2030?

In the current era of rapid climate change and environmental awareness, the global energy landscape is undergoing a significant transformation. A recent report by Ember projects a groundbreaking development in this realm: by 2030, the world is set to witness a doubling of its renewable energy capacity, reaching approximately 7.3 terawatts. This marks a pivotal

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Why Do Renewable Energy Ambitions Vary So Much Globally?

As the world strives towards a sustainable energy future, the journey is marked by diverse paths taken by different countries. The latest report by Ember highlights the variations in national renewable energy ambitions, showing a mixed landscape of progress and potential. Countries like India and Saudi Arabia are not just aligning with but in some

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As Our World Rallies Against Climate Change, Will Our Galleries Paint a Greener Tomorrow?

Across the United Kingdom, from the bustling galleries of London’s Tate Modern to the historic halls of regional museums in Birmingham, Manchester, and beyond, a collective pledge has ignited. These bastions of culture are awakening to a stark reality: they hold a pivotal role in addressing the climate and biodiversity crisis that looms large over

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West Antarctic Ice Shelf Melting Deemed Inevitable, Says New Study

The forthcoming dissolution of ice shelves in West Antarctica appears to be “unavoidable,” according to recent research carried out by British Antarctic Surveys. These ice platforms, which stretch from the primary ice mass into the ocean, act as vital barriers that contain the inland glaciers. However, the melting of these ice shelves can cause the

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The Unstoppable Rise of Solar Power: A Clarion Call for Business Leaders

Solar energy isn’t just the future; it’s the here and now. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), solar power has become the cheapest form of electricity ever recorded in human history [1]. It’s not merely a feather in the cap for environmentalists but a seismic shift for CEOs and CFOs looking to optimise their

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From Romantic Story to Reality: The Rise of Solar and Wind Energy

Despite the remarkable strides in renewable energy and electric vehicles, Fatih Birol, the executive director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), has warned that the rate of change is still not fast enough to reach climate goals. His insights, coupled with a new report, underline the need for accelerated action and international cooperation. “Ten years

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