Energy demands have surged globally since James Watt invented the steam engine in 1800. Emissions demand the use of cleaner fuel alternatives.
Living in this new environment should not cause despair but hope through climate adaptation using many tools and solutions available.
Besides being the primary production energy, fossil fuel is the raw material in many modern tools and equipment. How can we live without it?
UNEP's Emissions Gap Report 2022 shows that since last year's COP26, the countries' national pledges (NDCs) have made a "negligible difference".
This week the COP27 started in Egypt, gathering world leaders to discuss and plan how to tackle the climate change crisis.
The NZ Govt proposed to tax agriculture emissions, including methane emitted from cow burps and nitrous oxide emissions from urine and dung.
UN report says that the countries' climate action plans remain insufficient to limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
China's updated National Climate Adaptation Strategy recognises the gravity of the climate impacts today and into the future.
The factors that combined to cause Australia's energy crisis also opens opportunities to grow renewable energy capacity in the country.
Australia’s lower house passed its Climate Change Bill into law – the country’s first climate change legislation in 11 years.