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  1. A surge in coal use to produce electricity is driving the rebound in CO2 emissions, the IEA says

    Commentary: Why are the major G7 economies delaying a break with the fossil fuel industry?

    As long as fossil fuels remain profitable, governments are in an awkward position, say business lecturers.
  2. Activists say Shell's plans to plant trees to offset carbon emissions are unrealistic

    Commentary: Court verdict on Shell's carbon emissions is a warning for companies worldwide

    The Hague District Court’s ruling for Shell to implement stringent emissions cuts could have far-reaching consequences, says a professor.
  3. FILE PHOTO: An oil worker walks toward a drill rig in Loving County, Texas

    Commentary: Oil and gas is not the sunset industry you think it is

    Even as climate change intensifies the call for decarbonisation, the oil and gas sector will play a pivotal role in Singapore, say EY consultants.
  4. Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain (HESC) coal-to-hydrogen plant in Loy Yang, Victoria

    Commentary: Could hydrogen be our solution to climate change?

    Energy demand is expected to increase by as much as 50 per cent over the next 30 years, but energy companies and policymakers have widely ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: A Shell hydrogen station is seen in Torrance

    Commentary: Why is hydrogen becoming such an attractive clean energy source?

    Despite being energy inefficient, hydrogen has received much interest because it fits business models built on fossil fuels, says a chemical ...
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    Greening The Net

    Life has gotten more digital than ever before. But when it comes to greenhouse gases, the Internet is responsible for 2% of global emissions. What ...
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    Getting to the heart of energy and climate change | EP 3

    This week Jaime Ho talks to Melissa Low about energy. It powers our lives and economies, but how do we lower our dependence on fossil fuels as an ...