It’s clear that countries already investing in alternatives to coal and petrol today will be the leaders of tomorrow.
Actions create consequences for societies as well as individuals.
Following Donald Trump's triumph in the presidential election, I said in this column that fulfilling his campaign promises on climate change will make him an enemy of the planet (Nov. 13, 2016). Well, it seems he is achieving it with the withdrawal of the U.S. in the Paris agreement, a decision that was preceded by [Read more]
A commitment to research and development of green energy is what the planet now needs from world leaders, much more than bravado.
The coal industry decline on the one hand and the development of renewables on the other will ... march onward — to the beat of business.
Trump is more worried about the temperature of public opinion than the temperature of the planet
Washington will provide the power to lead the world backward.
International agreements and trust are a two-way street used by Europe for many years to move in only one direction.
The world is not going to stop so that Trump can get off; but if he wants to do so, inertia will slam into him.