Four Reasons why the Trump administration should not doubt the Chinese commitment to the Paris Climate agreement
There is no doubt that China remains firmly committed to accelerate its energy transition. Thus for the new administration, the question looms whether it will surrender U.S. leadership not just in climate change diplomacy but also in the energy businesses of the future.
We can't think narrowly about climate as we go forward, we have to think more politically about the overall balance of jobs
That's why it's vitally important we build new political constituencies as a part of the clean energy transition. Because the effort to halt climate change doesn't end when we swap out coal plants for solar and wind farms or gas guzzlers for electric vehicles.
Up until now, we have been willing to spend five figures on machines that are unused 95 percent of the time because, during
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It's this weird scooter thing.