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How Vietnam became the Renewable Energy Powerhouse Nation

Vietnam's solar energy gets decentralised  Vietnam passed a huge milestone in renewable energy deployment at...

South Korea to Decide on Approval for Vietnam Coal Power Plant – a Project Dropped by other Global Banks – in Early October

KEPCO – South Korea’s national utility – is slated to make a decision on the...

Four Reasons to Allocate Public Funds to Low-carbon Sector

Here are four arguments why public funds should be prioritized for low-carbon sector over carbon...

Carbon Intensive Industry amidst COVID-19 Recovery Plans

Governments across the globe are pouring trillions of dollars into COVID-19 recovery packages making this...

Green Stimulus Potential as a Response to COVID-19 Economic Impacts

The COVID-19 pandemic is delivering the world’s first comprehensive financial shock since 2008 and is...

How Europe Revived the Economy through Green Spending in 2008

The 2008 financial crisis caused the fall of several sectors in the EU, including the...

How South Korea Revived the Economy through Green Spending in 2008

The 2008 financial crisis had dramatic impacts on the South Korean economy. In the final...

How China Revived the Economy through Green Spending in 2008

The spillover effects of the 2008 financial crisis were felt in China. Although the country...

How the United States Revived the Economy through Green Spending in 2008

The US economy plunged as a result of the 2008 financial crisis, exacerbated by the...

South Korea Puts ‘Green New Deal’ at Center of COVID-19 Pandemic Recovery Plan

South Korea has put Green New Deal policies at the center of the country’s recovery...

Renewable Energy at the Heart of ‘Recovering Better’ Post-Covid

Projects that stimulate economic growth while also lowering greenhouse gas emissions will deliver higher returns...

Australia could soon export solar energy to Asia through a 3,800km cable

Australia is the world’s third largest fossil fuels exporter – a fact that generates intense debate as...

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China relaxes regulations on coal power expansion for third year running

China has lowered the risk ratings for coal-power overcapacity in many parts of the country...

Why solar energy can help Indonesia attain 100% green electricity by 2050

Indonesia is a tropical country with year-round sunshine. My research on how Indonesia can generate electricity entirely...