Tagged With Covid-19
Mission net zero – part two: economics
26 July 2021
Soaring government debt relative to GDP in wake of Covid-19 leaves economists divided over best approach to funding the transition
EU to provide €17.5bn in transition finance
8 June 2021
Transition funding will be targeted at regions that are still reliant on coal, lignite, peat and oil shale
Leading futurist sets out vision for the transition
19 April 2021
Transition Economist talks to Bank of America’s Haim Israel about how the world can achieve net zero by 2050—and how the associated ‘megatrends’ will shape society and the global economy
US emissions falls are part of wider trend
19 April 2021
Emissions may not bounce back to levels seen before the Covid-19 pandemic
WEC calls to ‘humanise’ global energy system
17 March 2021
World Energy Council report finds that energy leaders’ perceptions of risk and strategic priorities have changed
Climate variation fuelling developing nation security risks
3 March 2021
In a range of security and humanitarian contexts, changes to local conditions are multiplying risks and producing contagion effects
Repsol pins continued losses on pandemic
19 February 2021
Spanish firm highlights oil and gas price slump as cause of earnings woes during year in which it drilled new wells and put a big bet on renewables
The human race, and the race to zero
6 January 2021
Reducing carbon emissions is an important and necessary aim—but it should not allow us to ignore the energy needs of the billions of underprivileged people around the world
China’s refining recovery looks set to stall
19 November 2020
Crude oil throughput at refineries broke records in October, but the market will not fully get back on track until next year
Covid-19 is accelerating the move to renewables
28 May 2020
The pandemic and resulting fall in demand for energy is hitting the willingness to fund oil and gas projects more than those involving renewable energy
Energy demand: Three drivers
25 February 2020
Energy use will be increasingly efficient and less carbon intensive than it is today