Wind and solar make up 10% of the world’s electricity. Combined, they are the fourth-largest source of electricity after coal, gas, and hydro.
Despite being the world's biggest carbon emitter, China is also a key producer of most of the critical minerals for the green revolution.
A Global Breakdown of Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Sector In a few decades, greenhouse gases (GHGs)—chiefly in the form of CO₂ emissions—have risen at unprecedented rates...
The global electric vehicle market crossed 3 million units in sales for the first time in 2020. Here's a snapshot of the largest EV markets.
All energy sources have negative impacts, but some are better for the environment than others. Which energy source is the cleanest?
Declining battery costs are making electric vehicle prices more competitve. By 2023, EV prices could be on par with similar gas-powered vehicles.
World emissions have reached almost 50 billion tonnes of greenhouse gases (GHGs) and counting. Which major sectors do they originate from?
In 2016, more net capacity was added for clean energy than all other types combined. Who's adding renewable capacity, and how much are they investing?