In case you missed it – November was an eventful month for EHS. Scroll through top headlines and trending industry news in our monthly EHS recap!
Solar power in Mexico and Brazil will double next year, taking both countries past 1 gigawatt of new installations for the first time.
Barely a month ago, in a landmark speech to the Communist Party Congress, President Xi Jinping of China promised that his country would take a “driving seat in international cooperation to respond to climate change.”
The conference resolved a handful of issues dear to vulnerable nations, but the most thorny decisions were kicked to 2018. Here’s a look at what got resolved in Bonn, and what to look for in the year ahead.
The European Union moved closer to finishing its climate and energy aspirations for 2030 with separate European Parliament committee votes on renewable energy targets and emissions trading.
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