#Renewable energy

  • Article: California Vows to Have 100% Renewable Energy by 2045
    Environment

    California Vows to Have 100% Renewable Energy by 2045

    By Joe McCarthy|Sept. 11, 2018

    The Golden State is the fifth largest economy in the world. Read more

  • Article: Fighting Climate Change Could Add $26 Trillion to Global Economy by 2030
    Environment

    Fighting Climate Change Could Add $26 Trillion to Global Economy by 2030

    By Joe McCarthy|Sept. 5, 2018

    “We are at a unique ‘use it or lose it’ moment.” Read more

  • Article: Europe Just Unlocked the Potential of Ocean Energy
    Environment

    Europe Just Unlocked the Potential of Ocean Energy

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 22, 2018

    Tidal turbines work by harnessing the tides. Read more

  • Article: Wealthy Nations Are Pushing 'Dirty Energy' Projects Across  Africa
    Environment

    Wealthy Nations Are Pushing 'Dirty Energy' Projects Across Africa

    By Joe McCarthy|July 24, 2018

    Around 600 million people lack electricity throughout Africa. Read more

  • Article: California's Carbon Emissions Just Hit a 30-Year Low
    Environment

    California's Carbon Emissions Just Hit a 30-Year Low

    By Joe McCarthy|July 12, 2018

    The state is much more than a rhetorical leader. Read more

  • Article: Sweden Will Reach Its 2030 Renewable Energy Target This Year
    Finance & Innovation

    Sweden Will Reach Its 2030 Renewable Energy Target This Year

    By Joe McCarthy|July 5, 2018

    Renewable energy can now viably replace fossil fuels. Read more

  • Article: Germany Produced Enough Renewable Energy in 6 Months for the Rest of 2018
    Environment

    Germany Produced Enough Renewable Energy in 6 Months for the Rest of 2018

    By Joe McCarthy|July 3, 2018

    But it still relies on fossil fuels. Read more

  • Article: California Will Require All New Homes to Have Solar Panels
    Environment

    California Will Require All New Homes to Have Solar Panels

    By Joe McCarthy|May 10, 2018

    The new bill is critical to the state’s broader environmental efforts. Read more