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The word resilience has become increasingly fashionable in climate circles. At the end of this month, the IPCC will publish the second part of its sixth Assessment Report (AR6), focusing on climate impacts, vulnerabilities and adaptation.
"The idea that Glasgow has to produce some kind of miracle outcome to be considered a success is incorrect on two levels."
As world leaders gear up for November’s critical COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, carbon border adjustment mechanisms (CBAMs) have been moving rapidly toward center stage. That may not be an entirely good thing.
There is a well-established narrative that natural gas is a transition fuel, an essential tool on the path to deep decarbonization. However, the present has a habit of getting in the way of the future.
Chief Editor, Angus McCrone, lays out seven of the main messages from the April 13-14 Summit on energy, finance and technology in this piece. .
The global economy’s pivot to low carbon is gathering momentum. By the time of COP26 in Glasgow in November this year, countries responsible for 78% of global GDP will have pledged net-zero emissions by 2050 or, in the case of China and Brazil, 2060.
Implicit in BloombergNEF's 10 Predictions for 2021 is an expectation that the Covid-19 health crisis will ease gradually during the course of this year, and that most economies will stage recoveries. Read our predictions for 2021 here.
In the early weeks of the year, as it became clear that the pandemic would be the story of 2020, we at BloombergNEF found ourselves fielding a continuous stream of questions about how energy transition and climate action would be affected. Could it be that the energy transition would take a step backward this year?
Justin Wu, BNEF Head of APAC, covers the five technologies crucial to the low-carbon energy transition, examines how the U.S. and China compare in each, and explores what might happen if U.S.-China relations continue to deteriorate in this piece.
In part two of his Hydrogen series, Michael Liebreich looka at the demand side of hydrogen.
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