While New York City recovers from its first major snowstorm this year, and Scott Pruitt may be confirmed by the Senate, there is no denying the warmest winter ever and the medium term trend to cleaner, renewable energy.
At 68, the former Vice President, Author, Activist, and Investor is more eloquent than ever on the current and future situation with regards to climate change and how business will lead the way.
Russia’s decision to withdraw its troops from Syria and pressure Bashar to make peace may be linked to its agreement with Saudi Arabia to freeze oil production
Low oil prices are likely to continue for the next two years and while this is good for many, it is taking a toll on the oil companies and Saudi Arabia, Russia, Venezuela and other countries as well as the environment in the medium term.
China’s report that it has used 17% more coal than earlier reported adds to the concern about reaching a climate deal in Paris next December and puts more pressure on Barak Obama to succeed where Woodrow wilson failed almost 100 years ago.