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What the Election Results (So Far) Mean for Climate and Energy Policy

We look at results from key races and what a divided Congress would mean for a Biden presidency, on this week’s Political Climate. Americans are waiting with bated breath for the results of a long and contentious election. At the time of publication, former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden looks poised to take the White […]

Central America’s Solar Revolution and the Rooftop Revolution in the U.S. -EQ

Kejriwal’s free power announcement an election ‘gimmick’: Congress

Making the announcement at a press conference here, Kejriwal said the Delhi government will give full subsidy to those consuming up to 200 units of electricity and an almost 50 per cent to those using between 201 to 400 units New Delhi: The Congress Thursday termed an election “gimmick” Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s announcement that […]

World Bank Approves $122 Million to Boost Renewable Energy in Botswana – EQ

Climate Policy Action Amid Political Distraction

A slate of clean energy bills has been introduced in Congress this year. Do they have any hope of passing before the 2020 election? What is going on in Washington, D.C.? A bubbling House Democrat feud followed by a series of racially offensive presidential tweets has unleashed chaos in the U.S. capital. Meanwhile, there’s one […]

Central America’s Solar Revolution and the Rooftop Revolution in the U.S. -EQ

UN Chief Guterres: The Status Quo on Climate Policy ‘Is a Suicide’

We are losing the fight against climate change, warns U.N. Secretary General António Guterres on this week’s episode of Political Climate. We are losing the fight against climate change, warns U.N. Secretary General António Guterres. Even if countries were on track to meet their Paris Agreement goals — which they’re not — the world would […]

Role of prosumers in renewable energy adoption in India – EQ

Teen Climate Activist Greta Thunberg: ‘This Is Not Over Yet, Not Even Close’

Political Climate speaks to activist Greta Thunberg and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger at the R20 Austrian World Summit in Vienna. Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg was all alone when she started protesting the lack of political action on climate change last year outside of the Swedish parliament. Today, the Friday climate strikes inspired by […]

Role of prosumers in renewable energy adoption in India – EQ

Why House Democrats Passed a Paris Accord Bill That’s Going Nowhere

Political Climate speaks with Rep. Kathy Castor on passing HR 9, the first meaningful climate change bill to pass the House of Representatives in nearly a decade. Democrats came together last week to present a united front on tackling climate change, but will it matter before 2020? Political Climate speaks with Representative Kathy Castor (D-FL) […]

Central America’s Solar Revolution and the Rooftop Revolution in the U.S. -EQ