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Restarting of aged units at Anegasaki gas-fired power station in Chiba

Guest post: How China and South Korea could save money by steering clear of gas

China and South Korea are planning to build more than 112 gigawatts (GW) of gas-fired power plants, making them the top two countries in East Asia, a... Read More

Guest posts | Aug 2. 2022.
Female worker forms coal patties near Hanoi, Vietnam

Guest post: What we learned about coal phaseout by studying 15 countries

Despite the widely recognised need to quickly move away from fossil fuels, particularly coal, many countries continue to invest in this highly pollut... Read More

Guest posts | Aug 1. 2022.
Farmer grazing their sheep in a wind farm in Hebei province, China

Guest post: Will China’s new renewable energy plan lead to an early emissions peak?

China released its 14th five-year plan (FYP) for renewable energy on 1 June, outlining the country’s renewable energy roadmap for the five years 20... Read More

Guest posts | Jul 7. 2022.
Leaders celebrate the adoption of the Paris Agreement during the final conference at COP21

Guest post: Why 1.5C and ‘well below’ 2C are part and parcel of one temperature goal

In 2015, the Paris Agreement set out an overall objective for global climate ambition – holding global temperature rise to “well below” 2C abov... Read More

Guest posts | Jun 22. 2022.
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Guest post: China’s wind and solar potential is ‘nine times’ that needed for carbon neutrality

In September 2020, China pledged to peak its carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 2030 and achieve “carbon neutrality” by 2060. In a new study, p... Read More

Guest posts | Jun 20. 2022.
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Guest post: Reducing material use could cut emissions from cars and homes by at least a third

Producing the steel, concrete and other materials that go into our cars and homes accounts for a quarter of all greenhouse gases, so using these thin... Read More

Guest posts | Jun 8. 2022.
Electrical power tranmission lines in Sonoma county, USA

Guest post: How the US can cut its emissions in half by 2030

In 2021, the US raised its Paris climate pledge, committing to cut its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to 50-52% below 2005 levels by 2030. Yet questi... Read More

Guest posts | May 31. 2022.
A block of half-built flats is left abandoned in Shanghai

Analysis: China's CO2 emissions see longest sustained drop in a decade

China's carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions fell by an estimated 1.4% in the first three months of 2022, making it the third quarter in a row of falling e... Read More

China Policy | May 30. 2022.
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Guest post: Why China is set to significantly overachieve its 2030 climate goals

China, which is currently the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitter, is said to be “doubling down” on coal and gas in the wake of a domestic e... Read More

Guest posts | May 19. 2022.
A worker operates an electrolysis furnace

Guest post: How 12 key industries can cut emissions in line with 1.5C

Seven years after the 2015 Paris Agreement, a growing number of countries and companies have committed to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. ... Read More

Guest posts | May 16. 2022.
Fireman cooling off after battling a fire in hot weather in Montreal, Canada June 2021

Guest post: What have been the most extreme heatwaves in history?

In June 2021, a severe heatwave hit western North America, setting a new all-time temperature record for Canada and causing California to declare a s... Read More

Guest posts | May 4. 2022.
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