The Energy Information Administration released its Annual Energy Outlook for 2010 today, including major increases in both energy generation and consumption. Clean Skies News takes a look at just what roles these figures can play in U.S. energy production.
Clean Skies News' Susan McGinnis and Margaret Ryan discuss the accusations that developed nations are trying to get rid of the Kyoto Protocol, as stated today by the Africa Group. Also, U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announces a new clean energy technology initiative.
Ahmed Djoghlaf, Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity, talks to Clean Skies News at the Copenhagen climate talks about climate change and its effect on endangered species.
Clean Skies News' Dan Goldstein reports on the Senate Energy Committee's hearing on Small Modular Reactors (SMRs).
A ferry ride from the climate talks in Copenhagen could teach negotiators just what it takes to fight climate change - Samso Island in Denmark is 100 percent sustainable. Clean Skies News looks at how this island can stay carbon neutral and how even cities as large as New York City can become sustainable as well.
Rhone Resch, President and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association, talks to Clean Skies News about the solar industry's impacts at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. Resch says that the solar business will move forward whether or not an agreement is reached.
Duncan Marsh, Director, International Climate Policy, The Nature Conservancy, talks to Clean Skies News about the prospects for a positive outcome for the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. Marsh also discusses whether he thinks credits for preserving the world's forests will be one concrete outcome of the talks.
Sir Richard Branson, Founder of Virgin, spoke to Clean Skies News about what he would like to see with airline emissions and his impression of the United Nations Climate Change Conference happening in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The divide between developed and developing nations is proving difficult to bridge in Copenhagen's climate talks, though some of the biggest names at the summit say an international deal is still within reach. Clean Skies News brings you coverage from Copenhagen with the latest on the negotiations.
Among the iconic symbols in Copenhagen - and something you can't miss when walking around the city - are bicycles. As Clean Skies News discovered, it has more to with energy policy than health policy, on par with using less power and gasoline.
Clean Skies News talks to Robert Dixon, Climate Change Leader at the Global Environment Facility from the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. Dixon is attending his 15th COP, and talked about the effort that will be needed to ensure the billion of dollars being negotiated for climate change assistance will be spent effectively and responsibly.
Clean Skies News talks to Elliot Diringer, Vice President for International Strategies at the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.