Recent policy changes regarding energy crops are unlikely to curtail biogas production growth in Europe.
Cities in Europe are experimenting with new ways to invest in energy transition and finance green measures at local level. Innovative financing models are becoming a priority because of a lack of public funding.
After a period of considerable ambiguity, policymakers have now started to implement comprehensive district heating strategies throughout Europe.
Second only to transport as a single industry, concrete and cement now look likely to successfully navigate a path to low-carbon manufacturing - if ETS policy and industry lobby groups are on board.
A summary of global emissions data from 2016 shows a surprising slowdown in emissions growth to nearly zero.
Examining emissions mitigation options that could help meet the growing demands placed on the planets biosystems.