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Momentum to update 2030 targets for climate action has stalled since May, with no major emitters releasing stronger climate targets, says a new analysis released today by Climate Action Tracker.
All indications are that more stringent reporting and enforcement of local empowerment requirements are on the way across much of Sub-Saharan Africa.
If properly implemented, the state-owned Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation will be purely commercial with the intention of maximising its return on investment.
The City of Kigali and green e-mobility public transport company GURARIDE unveiled a bicycle sharing scheme to reduce carbon emissions and the city's dependency on automobiles.
The nine principles cited in the Harnessing Artificial Intelligence to Accelerate the Energy Transition report aim to build industry trust in AI technologies so that they can play a greater role in the energy transition.
An IHS Markit report states more emphasis is needed on the repurposing of existing infrastructure to enable gas to become a 'second pillar' of decarbonisation alongside renewables.
BloombergNEF’s 2021 Hydrogen Market Outlook indicates that while China dominates the market more than 40 countries have now published a hydrogen strategy or are developing one.
Stellenbosch University has launched a School for Climate Studies, the first of its kind with faculty status in South Africa and that will create a transdisciplinary capacity.
SolarPower Europe’s new Global Market Outlook report says solar PV installation increased 18% in 2020 compared to the previous year, despite COVID-19 induced lockdowns.