States Moving Toward Clean Energy

The U.S. officially removed themselves from the Paris Agreement on Nov. 4, an international coalition aimed at strengthening the global response to the rapidly evolving threat of climate change. America is now the only country in the world not participating in the climate plan, leaving it up to individual states to craft their own plans for transitioning … Read moreStates Moving Toward Clean Energy

Offshore Wind Energy to Double

Wind and solar energy are quickly becoming one of the cheapest forms of energy across the world. This is leading to a booming growth in these two renewable energy industries, with several large carbon emitting countries vowing to expand renewable infrastructure in the coming decades to meet decarbonization efforts. Data on future global power expansion … Read moreOffshore Wind Energy to Double

The Worst Oil Tanker Catastrophes

Mauritius is preparing itself for an environmental catastrophe after a Japanese-owned tanker ran aground in its pristine waters. The stricken MV Wakashio has already leaked around 1,000 metric tons of oil and there are fears that it could break in two, spelling disaster. Salvage teams have detected serious cracks in the vessel’s hull and they … Read moreThe Worst Oil Tanker Catastrophes