Despite the fact that the climate accord negotiated by the Member States of the UN in Paris does not promise to solve the problem of sustainable development, there is growing progress in renewable energy which ultimately may solve much of the problem.
Here are the articles in CPNN since 2015 showing this progress. For discussion and articles prior to 2015, click here.
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ARTICLES IN ENGLISH
October 7, 2018: Indigenous Peoples Link Their Development to Clean Energies
July 30, 2018: India strides towards clean energy leadership
May 21, 2018: Solar Leads Record Renewables Investment
January 17, 2018: ‘World’s First Solar Highway’ Opens in China for Testing
December 27, 2017: Top five solar energy inventions from Africa
September 20, 2017: The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2017
September 11, 2017: China’s Upcoming Transition to Electric Cars ‘Will Benefit the Whole Economy’
September 5, 2017: In India the energy revolution does not wait !
September 5, 2017: China eclipses Europe as 2020 solar power target is smashed
February 3, 2017: Coal and oil demand ‘could peak in 2020’
January 30, 2017: Latest Data Support Bullish Stance on Commercial Energy Storage
November 27, 2016: 47 of the world’s poorest countries are aiming to hit 100% renewable energy
October 28, 2016: Global renewables capacity overtakes coal for first time
October 18, 2016: China financing renewable energy
October 17, 2016: Swiss ban new nuclear reactors
October 15, 2016: You’ll never believe how cheap new solar power is
October 15, 2016: Urban leadership in the US for renewable energy
September 8, 2016: The story of the first Spanish renewable energy cooperative
February 17, 2016: France expects to have 1000 kilometers of solar routes within 5 years!
January 2, 2016: USA: Renewable Energy Soars in 2015
November 16, 2015: Global climate cash flows neared $400bn in 2014 – report
May 17, 2015: MITEI Releases Report on The Future of Solar Energy