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Why Corporate Credit Ratings Agencies Shy Away From Climate Risks: An Interview with Melissa Brown, IEEFA

Despite the ever-increasing climate catastrophes, climate risks are not fully reflected in the main ratings of the top rating agencies. In a Q&A with ETA, Melissa Brown of IEEFA talks about the changing dynamics in the credit-rating market and why rating agencies are buying analytics firms.

Southeast Asia’s Slow Transition to Renewable Energy

Southeast Asia has undergone rapid economic growth over the past two decades. This growth has fueled energy demand, which has been met with fossil fuels. Now, as economic growth begins to slow, the region has the opportunity to invest in renewable energy.

Asia’s Risk From Heat – An Inconsistent Renewable and Sustainable Energy Transition

As extreme weather events multiply, the world is echoing calls for more action to mitigate...

How Oil and Gas Companies Can Jump Aboard the Green Wagon

The COVID-19 pandemic had been a pivotal moment for the oil and gas companies worldwide....

Big Tech’s Role in the Renewable Energy Transition

What are Big Tech companies doing to help accelerate the world’s renewable energy transition, and...

The Boom of Green Investments in Asia and the Reasons for the Investors’ Interest

As the next renewable energy powerhouse, Asia is a primary point of interest for many...

Green Investments Growth in Asia – the Global Renewable Energy Powerhouse

Asia is the most populous continent and home to some of the fastest-growing economies. As...

The Risk of Oil and Gas investments – A Story of Declining Returns

In the three years after the ratification of the Paris Agreement, the five largest oil...

Tokyo Olympics is Putting Sustainability First and Promoting Net-Zero Goals

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) recently made several major announcements regarding its push towards carbon...

Tokyo 2021 Carbon Offset Programme – A Deeper Look At Its Success

The Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games will be the largest sporting event of the year, particularly...

The Power Overcapacity in Bangladesh and How Can Renewable Energy Help

June was the month when the new Power Sector Master Plan in Bangladesh should have...

The Renewable Energy Potential of Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a country that, without any fanfare, had managed to overcome a past filled...

Is Tokyo 2021 the Environmental Turning Point for the Olympics?

The Tokyo 2021 (previously 2020) Olympics is getting considerable press as a ‘green’ games. Both...

There and Back Again: The Transition From Coal to Gas in Bangladesh

Gas to coal to gas again – this sums up Bangladesh’s trajectory on the energy...

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