Europe is in crisis mode.
The Mona Lisa may maintain her famously enigmatic smile because she benefits from one of Paris’ best-kept secrets: An underground cooling system that’s helped the Louvre cope with the sweltering heat that has broken temperature records across Europe.
China’s largest utility will soon begin the construction of some $22 billion of new long-distance, ultra-high-voltage transmission lines to connect more wind and solar installations to the grid.
Ola Källenius exudes confidence in crisis.
For Senegalese climate activist Yero Sarr, compromise is not an option.
As Europe weans itself off Russian energy as punishment for Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, the continent’s demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) has soared to unprecedented levels.
Kosovo has signed a $237 million agreement with a United States government agency to boost its energy sector, promote women’s participation, and boost development.
Two German renewable companies hope to build one of the country’s biggest solar parks among rolling hills in the eastern district of Barnim to improve energy security in the face of an unprecedented supply crisis.
By July 28, humanity will have used up all the natural resources that the Earth can sustainably regenerate.
The Spanish government on Wednesday (20 July) rejected the European Commission’s proposal that all EU countries voluntarily reduce their gas consumption by 15% until next spring to prepare for a possible cut in Russian gas supplies.