With electricity becoming a scarce commodity, thousands of well-off Lebanese rush to alternative energy.
Federal gov’t agencies have been told to cut back energy consumption by 20 percent, electricity prices are being hiked.
With its extreme heat and dry conditions, the United Arab Emirates has found it tough to cut greenhouse gas output.
In Turkey, climate action is in a state of limbo.
Dumat al-Jandal, the region’s largest wind farm, has been connected to the grid and began producing electricity.
Government green energy, infrastructure targets are failing to translate into real progress at local level, says report.
The speedy closure of these plants aims to reduce the biggest source of carbon emissions.
The IMF warns of global economic recovery where ‘the poor get poorer and social unrest and geopolitical tensions grow’.
The world’s largest cryptocurrency surged above $40,000 for the first time since June on Monday afternoon.
Scorching heat has hobbled highways, streetcar wires, suspending services, while some utilities have warned of outages.
Al Jazeera sits down with the UNDP chief who says helping developing countries is in wealthier nations’ self-interest.
Export restrictions target companies that produce raw materials used in Xinjiang’s solar panel industry.
Cheap renewables offer the key to universal electricity access in Africa.