As the fossil fuel sector is ailing, the low-carbon economy now has an unprecedented chance to become a reality.
India’s energy deficit and the success of the country’s climate action policies are important factors to consider in the push for greater commitment to the nuclear energy sector and international alliance building.
Prudent spending and new work behaviours could influence how emissions evolve in future.
Per-capita carbon emissions in some MENA nations have been among the highest in the world.
Leaders can take advantage of the current crisis to embrace clean energy technologies.
Aviation and tourism will require rescue packages, but we should move away from our fossil fuel dependence.