Tagged With Sustainable development
Three steps to support good governance
3 July 2020
The oil and gas industry should take action to improve governance and promote sustainable development in Africa
Sustainable energy: Learning from the success stories
19 April 2017
Sharing good examples is the key to change SEforALL’s Rachel Kyte tells World Energy Focus
Sustainable and clean power of the future
26 February 2015
New technologies are emerging that will transform the way we make and consume energy
Fossil fuel divestment: the $5 trillion question
15 September 2014
Pressure is starting to build for institutional investors to cut their exposure to fossil fuel stocks. But can they find better places to park their cash and is it really at risk?
Coal seen as fuel to drive emerging economies
5 December 2013
Fossil fuels are seen as the solution to developing nation’s energy woes
Experts split over how to fund development
17 October 2013
Development banks and commercial institutions argue for different strategies to provide energy to the world’s poor
We must strike the right balance, says CEO at WEC Congress
17 October 2013
The power sector needs to juggle reliability, sustainability and affordability, says Dr Suess
Biofuels can be sustainable, claims IEA
3 May 2011
Manufacturers have been keen to promote the latest breakthroughs in electric-vehicle technology in recent months
CSR is not enough
1 March 2010
Different countries define it in different ways. The Western view – that governments and not companies should generally be responsible for social benefits – sometimes conflicts with that held by populations in third-world countries, which often expect philanthropy
Pragmatism the key to green progress
9 March 2009
Engineering a sustainable building is easy, says Max Fordham. But poor planning is preventing progress
Betting on cleaning up
1 June 2008
Investment in clean energy is now around $150bn a year and is rising at a rate of 60% every 12 months. Are we watching a green bubble inflate? Alex Forbes reports