Sustainability

Facing headwinds at home, Europe and Japan are pushing waste-to-energy technology across South East Asia

“The project developer said all is good,” says Kampol Wadnoi, a village leader from Thalang, in the west of Thailand,…

Why repowering is key to hitting the UK’s onshore wind targets

On Tuesday 6 December, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Business Secretary Grant Shapps reached a much-anticipated deal overturning the…

How much is the UK government really spending on its new insulation plans?

Until recently, the UK government has dragged its heels when it comes to energy efficiency.  From David Cameron pledging to…

Why banks are key to turning the tide on oil and gas

At the end of October, just ahead of the COP27 climate conference, Lloyds Banking Group – the UK’s biggest domestic…

How central banks could help close the green investment gap

Central banks across the G20 have started raising interest rates to slow down economic activity and curb spiralling inflation caused…

COP27: The underdogs did most of the work in week one. Now what?

Sharm El Sheikh International Airport was a melting pot of cultures on the evening of Saturday 5 November as delegates…

COP27: Cities are essential in the climate fight, says former Lord Mayor of Dublin

https://youtu.be/EGLXplYiE_8 Energy Monitor senior writer Dave Keating in conversation with Dublin City Council member Alison Gilliland, representing the European Committee…

COP27: Ukraine energy company DTEK maintains net-zero goal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItIcBzdsKuY Energy Monitor reporter Nour Ghantous (left) in conversation with Maxim Timchenko, CEO of DTEK, at COP27 in Sharm El…

Opinion: Closing the clean investment gap

With the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act in the US, and 'Fit for 55' in Europe, it is easy…

Why the financial odds are stacked against developing countries

In the run-up to COP27, leaders of developing countries called for an overhaul of the global financial system. Barbados Prime…