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Jun
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Africa’s Clean Hydrogen Path Must Begin with Clearing the Hype

Africa has gained global attention as a prospective hub for hydrogen made with renewable energy. Ambitious models and optimistic leaders have fueled the notion that Africa, with its abundant solar and wind energy resources, has a special edge for low-cost, large-scale renewable hydrogen, resulting in upwards of 60 proposed projects across the continent.

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14
Jun
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The Carbon Credit Industry Attempts a Comeback

Leaner and humbled, the carbon credits industry is attempting a comeback. Over the last two

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13
Jun
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Transport Changes and Resource Scarcity: A Change in the Growth Model?

The United Nations recently published the second edition of its Global Resources Outlook 2024. When regulations and media heavily focus on the replacement of fossil by renewable energy, the over-exploitation of the planet resources is often neglected. In 50 years, natural resources usage has tripled and could further increase by 60% over the next 40 years in a business-as-usual scenario of boundless consumerism, with linear supply chains, from extraction to waste.

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04
Jun
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Who Controls Argentina’s Lithium?

Argentina is the world’s fourth-largest lithium producer, and together with Chile and Bolivia, it forms part of South America’s so-called “lithium triangle”… So great is the rising demand, that lithium mining may be replicating some of the damaging historic patterns seen in the large-scale extraction of other minerals.

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04
Jun
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Visualized: A Decade of Clean Energy Investment

Propelled by various climate initiatives such as the Paris Agreement and the widespread adoption of EVs, global investment in sustainable energy surged to over $1.7 trillion in 2023, the highest ever.

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29
May
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Can Carbon Offsets Actually Work? The Biden Administration Thinks So.

On Tuesday, the Biden administration unveiled new guidelines on “responsible participation” in the voluntary carbon market, or VCM — the system that allows companies to say they’ve canceled out their greenhouse gas emissions through the purchase of carbon credits.

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