Energy


Rethinking our energy needs

Bioenergy: an asset to European forests

Of all biomass, wood has always been the most popular source of…

Unlocking capital for energy access

One of the major challenges today is how to expand access to…

Bad plastics, good plastics

An unfortunate consequence of our campaigning against the tide of plastic pollution…

The promise and power of renewable energy

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) is an intergovern- mental organisation that…

Visualizing Energy

Bringing to light new renewable energy projects is a way of documenting…

We need a carbon floor price

Why are dirty, coal-fired power stations continuing to operate in Europe, in…

Toxic fumes

The Kawah Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia, has one of the…

Ghana: waste-picking in Koforidua

“Bwala five five” is the name given by waste pickers to the…

Renewables in action

According the EU’Observ’ER, the different renewable energies – including biomass – represent…

The Rhone and the power of its waters

Managing and protecting a great European river. The Rhone, like all great…

The coal fires of Jaharia

In Jharia, in the Jharkhand state of eastern India, coal mining and…

A new deal for Europe's energy transition

Energy is affecting all of our economies and 100% of our populations…

Greece: at austerity’s end?

The glory of Greek philosophy and poetry is as distant a dream…

Africa’s sustainable bioenergy potential

Certified sustainable bioenergy production in Africa is feasible and necessary. Sierra Leone…

Introducing Thirsty Energy

Water and energy are inextricably linked. Water is fundamental to nearly all…

Working on the transition to renewables

When we talk about building a future based on more renewable energy,…