Petroleum cartel foresees developed countries badly missing net-zero carbon emission targets by middle of the century.
Naomi Mwaura’s organization aims to change the behavior of public transport crews who assault women over their clothing choices.
Amidst tales of Kenyans who have lost money and property to rogue preachers, there’s a renewed push to rein them in with new laws.
‘Anonymous’ petitioners threaten major solar development in U.S., suppliers say.
As 3G is retired in 2022, businesses worry about cost updates and societal disruptions if the deadline isn’t hit.
West African countries are particularly vulnerable because their governments lack the resources to enforce the borders.
New research reveals that some news is still good news.
Yesterday’s energy infrastructure is not ready for tomorrow’s weather, industry experts say.
Independent cannabis producers in Mexico face harassment from organized crime and hope new, stronger laws will protect them.