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The World Bank and the Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands launched two climate change related projects that will boost investment in renewable energy and spur energy efficiency.

Read more: https://www.pv-tech.org/news/world-bank-to-support-3mw-pv-project-in-marshall-islands

The year is 2050. The world is more polluted, unequal, and dangerous than ever. Megacities like New Delhi, Mexico City, and Lagos are suffocated by smog. More than a billion people around the world still lack access to reliable electricity.

Read more: https://qz.com/1301123/why-eight-hours-a-night-isnt-enough-according-to-a-leading-sleep-scientist/

The great cities, hotspots of global wealth creation, are great emitters of greenhouse gases. Civic leaders could be among those best placed to save the planet.

Read more: https://climatenewsnetwork.net/worlds-great-cities-hold-key-to-fossil-fuel-cuts/

No sooner than all of the huge exhibition stands at SNEC 2018 were dismantled last Thursday, China’s regulatory organisations overseeing the solar industry, instigated new policies Friday that could have a similar effect on the utility-scale and distributed generation (DG) markets in the country.

Read more: https://www.pv-tech.org/news/china-putting-major-breaks-on-solar-deployment-as-new-market-rules-imposed
This Q&A with WRI President and CEO Andrew Steer originally appeared at World Green Building Council. ... What if we saw every building as an opportunity for sustainable development?

Read more: http://www.wri.org/blog/2018/06/qa-what-future-green-building

As of the end of February 2018, China was home to 24 polysilicon makers — including those that had shut down production lines in order to undertake regular maintenance — with an effective production capacity totaling 293,000 metric tons a year. Production for the two months of January and February totaled 47,700 tons, an increase of 27.2 percent year on year. 

Read more: https://www.renewableenergyworld.com/articles/2018/05/chinas-pv-industry-is-facing-downward-pricing-pressure.html?cmpid=enl_rew_renewable_energy_news_2018-06-01&pwhid=ebc9e9bffe02e928e32e6140425c2a5611c4f3b7c214b2e0db1ff39b75a5445470010376017b886fbf5905497849e6e4545d341b9f655f91cd437b9fc13efbdb&eid=410075336&bid=2123781