Top 10 Greenest Countries: Iceland, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Sweden, Norway, Mauritius, France, Austria, Cuba, Columbia. via Yale University

This is an infographic that I created for an environmental initiative. It includes interesting information like the Greenest Countries' and enviro

France decrees new rooftops must be covered in plants or solar panels. All new buildings in commercial zones across the country must comply with new environmental legislation. This is breaking news! Ought to be top-inspirational to governments around the world

France decrees new rooftops must be covered in plants or solar panels

Solar panels in Crucey-Villages, central France, part of the building site of a photovoltaic park built by French Energy Giant EDF. New legislations forces all new commercial zone buildings to have panels or plants on top.

Cities are key to driving economic growth and fighting climate change. Studies by The New Climate Economy highlight how cities can grow their economies while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Cities are key to driving economic growth and fighting climate change. Our studies provide real-world examples of how to achieve better patterns of urbanisation and highlight how cities can grow their economies while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

The vision of stopping all fossil fuel emissions by using 100% renewables to supply society with energy is often met with a “yes, but…” — “Yes, but is it realistic?”. On this page you will find answers to this question.

The vision of stopping all fossil fuel emissions by using renewables to supply society with energy is often met with a “yes, but…” — “Yes, but is it realistic? On this page you will find answers to this question.

Norway pumps up ‘green battery’ plan for Europe. Norway has 937 hydropower plants, which provide 96% of its electricity. But why stop at 100%, if you can make 300%? Similarly, Australia could be an exporter of renewable energy to Asia – rather than an exporter of coal.

26 July, 2015 − Hydraulic engineers in Norway aim to use surplus power from wind and sun to cut the need for fossil fuel plants to boost European electricity supplies.

Major corporations like IKEA and Mars say they'll use 100% renewable energy by 2020 | Major corporations including Swedish furniture giant IKEA Group and candymaker Mars Inc. Monday promised to power all of their operations with solar panels and wind turbines within the next decade.

The campaign coincides with a private-sector push to get governments to tax carbon dioxide emissions that cause climate change.

The California Senate passed a package of bills this week to address climate change, legislation that includes a plan to reduce gasoline use on California’s roads by 50 percent, increase energy efficiency by 50 percent, and have 50 percent of California’s electricity come from renewable sources, such as wind and solar. The 12 bills also include measures to direct cap and trade funds toward public transportation infrastructure, extend the emissions reduction target to 80 percent below 1990…

The California Senate passed a package of bills this week to address climate change, legislation that includes a plan to reduce gasoline use on California’s roads by 50 percent, increase energy…

‘Pathways to Deep Decarbonisation in 2050’ shows that 15 of the world’s biggest economies can move to “net carbon zero” by 2050, and it need impose no extra costs over business as usual.

‘Pathways to Deep Decarbonisation in shows that 15 of the world’s biggest economies can move to “net carbon zero” by and it need impose no extra costs over business as usual.

Denmark's energy use hits 42-year low

Energy use in 2014 was at its lowest point in four decades and is "proof that economic growth doesn't need to mean greater energy use," the Danish Energy Association says.

International researchers, in what they believe is the most comprehensive global assessment of clean energy’s potential, report that a low-carbon system could supply the world’s electricity needs by 2050. | climatenewsnetwork.net: World of clean energy ‘feasible’ by mid-century

International researchers, in what they believe is the most comprehensive global assessment of clean energy’s potential, report that a low-carbon system could supply the world’s electricity needs by

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