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Countries are setting ambitious targets for clean energy.


An answer to Asia’s transportation challenges.


IT has changed so many areas of our lives, can the sector solve our energy crisis?


SAP and Ericsson illustrate what IT can do for cleaner energy.

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Time to act

Leena Pishe Thomas gives her appraisal of the Delhi brainstorm event.

New choices

There are many possible solutions to mitigating climate change  but frequently even small changes are blocked. How can the barriers to a clean energy future be overcome, and change implemented?

Are India’s current initiatives sufficient?

Concern towards India’s increasing energy requirements and the challenge of fulfilling these needs in a sustainable manner is not a new issue. 

India's immediate energy solution

India and the world's energy mix is mostly driven by coal, oil & gas and up to 2025, 80 % of it will still be met by fossil fuels. Beyond 2025, renewables may offset the mix in their favour. The world's energy demand will increase at the rate of 2% per year, however India's energy demand may increase around 6 % year. 

Capacity Conundrum

How can India avoid blackouts as its population soars?

Turning points

The lessons learned from India’s 2012 blackouts

Transport Planners Strike Gold

Abigail Evans of Meinhardt shares her thoughts on the brainstorm.

Derisking Renewables

Countries are setting ambitious targets for clean energy. 

By - Published 17.09.2013

Forcing Evolution in Urban Planning

H.P. Looi, President of Malaysia’s Green building confederation, sees an answer to Asia’s transportation challenges in new forms of urban development.   

By - Published 17.09.2013

Beyond cars

Asia’s fast growing car-ownership levels are unsustainable. Do other possibilities exist?

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