Energy access is a gender issue

Energy access is a gender issue

To mark International Women’s Day, we revisit a blog about our project in Sudan and how it contributes to improving the lives of communities, and especially women, in Darfur.

Four things you need to know about COP 23

Four things you need to know about COP 23

The hosts for the 23rd United Nations Conference of Parties was Fiji – Bula! For practical reasons, Fiji came to the Rhine with the negotiations physically hosted in Bonn, Germany. Frank Bainimarama, the Fijian Prime Minister and COP 23 President is one of the leading global voices calling on the international community to commit to […]

How do I increase the scale and ambition of carbon and energy reductions?

How do I increase the scale and ambition of carbon and energy reductions?

Recent news stories have focused on the rise and rise of renewable energy. The International Energy Agency in its assessment of renewable energy states ‘we see renewables growing by about 1,000 gigawatts by 2022, which equals about half of the current global capacity in coal power’. Renewable energy use and generation is one of the key trends […]

4 ways the Paris Agreement is being put into action

4 ways the Paris Agreement is being put into action

Media headlines about climate change are largely focused on problems, obstacles and challenges. Bad news sells, right? One of the most covered news story of 2017 is Donald Trump withdrawing from the Paris Agreement – and it’s right that it should get so much attention because it’s a big deal.