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Since the Industrial Revolution, our fondness for technology has gotten us into the mess of climate change. Now, can science and technology help get us out of it? That's the question Science|Business is trying to answer with our stepped-up news coverage of climate-related R&D and research policy - in energy, transport, agriculture, manufacturing, urban management and, of course, basic science. We welcome your suggestions for future coverage, at [email protected].
As hydrogen strategy hits a new milestone, International Energy Agency chief says Europe may be leading for now but recalls how China took over the market for solar panels and warns an early start won’t secure first place in the marathon to come
Science plotted the rise of global warming and brought it to worldwide attention. It is now central to dealing with it. With the Glasgow conference drawing to a close, Science|Businesssifts through the announcements to find the top R&D stories
Mission Innovation aims to avoid duplication of R&D and get green tech to market sooner. Its targets will provide support for the US/China pledge to accelerate low-carbon transition and climate technology innovation
It may be the lightest element, but hydrogen is now attracting weighty interest as a key to reaching climate change targets. Here’s a roundup of all things hydrogen-related, as the conference in Glasgow draws to a close
Apps for smart electricity grids, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things promise improved energy management and greater energy efficiency, but ICT’s success could mean the sector’s own carbon footprint gets in the way
The Commission has fired the starting gun on the project to make 100 cities climate neutral by 2030. But the Global Knowledge Centre for Cities and Climate underpinning it won’t open until 2023 and meantime there is no independent source of science-based advice