Currently, only 3.3% of transport is powered by renewable sources. How can the transport and energy sectors coordinate more effectively to reduce emissions and protect the climate?

Jennifer Okaima Piette, Clotilde Rossi di Schio |

Energy prices surged 7.1% in May, following increases in all components—oil (+5.5%), coal (+16.1%), and natural gas for European delivery (+24.7%), the World Bank’s Pink Sheet reported. Non-energy…

John Baffes, Maria Hazel Macadangdang |

While China's vehicle fleet is growing rapidly, there is hope that the rise of electric mobility might help limit the environmental impact. But will that be enough?

Jung Eun “Jen” Oh |

Natural gas and coal prices have risen since the start of the year, albeit with significant fluctuations in the first quarter. Prices have been boosted by rebounding global economic activity,…

Peter Nagle |

Changing the way we move can help address many of today's most pressing challenges, from climate to disaster resilience and social inclusion. So, how do we get there?

Nancy Vandycke |

The world’s wealthier nations are considering a trade tax on carbon. One of the policies being considered to support the European Green Deal’s goal of making the EU carbon neutral by 2050, for…

Roumeen Islam |

Energy prices eased 0.5% in April, following a 1.3% drop in crude oil, the World Bank’s Pink Sheet reported. Non-energy prices gained 2.7%.

John Baffes, Maria Hazel Macadangdang |

A bold energy venture is about to improve access to sustainable electricity in Afghanistan and raise the living standards of thousands of Afghans.

Christopher James Wahoff |

Prior exposure to an NGO increases the effectiveness of a cookstove intervention even when the intervention isn't delivered by the NGO.

Markus Goldstein |

More people need reliable electricity and the world needs a huge and fast transition to sustainable, sources. In honor of Earth Day, PPIAF is sharing three trends and how we support governments as…

Merita Salihu, Ludovic Delplanque |