Israel to lose 10 percent of open spaces by 2050 unless birthrate drops, experts say

This is one of the conclusions of a recent study on population density in the country, whose authors say only by curbing population growth and using land more efficiently can Israel hope to slow the transformation of open spaces into roads and buildings.

Three key predictions for Australia’s future: Highlights from the intergenerational report

Country will have to contend with climate change, an aging population and a smaller population in 2060-61.

UK government opens registration for Cop26 participants to apply for vaccines

The race is on for delegates to the next UN climate summit to register for a Covid vaccine by 23 July, offered by the UK hosts to enable more people to participate

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Railroads To Pour Cold Renewable Energy Water On Fossil Energy Stakeholders

United Bets on Travel Revival With Biggest Ever Plane Order

The airline will purchase 200 Boeing 737 MAX jets and 70 larger Airbus A321neos to fuel its post-pandemic growth plans.

In woody Wisconsin, biomass is key to energy future and economy, but also raises concerns

A person holds a handful of chopped wood for biomass.

Gov. Tony Evers’ climate task force recently highlighted the potential role of biomass and wood in the state, but public health impacts from burning the fuels complicate their role as a potential climate solution.

In woody Wisconsin, biomass is key to energy future and economy, but also raises concerns is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like to support us please make a donation.

Is it community solar if the utility — not community — owns the panels?

A red-tailed hawk sits on a solar array in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Michigan’s DTE Energy is the latest large utility accused of stretching the definition of “community solar” with a program in which customers get power from a utility-owned solar installation.

Is it community solar if the utility — not community — owns the panels? is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like to support us please make a donation.

More Vehicles Are Selling Above Sticker Price

U.S. car dealers are able to get more than the factory price for some of their vehicles as strong demand and production shortfalls have made for a seller’s market.

As Infrastructure Deal Gathers Steam, Democratic Cracks Begin to Show

House progressives say they can bring down the bipartisan bill if they do not get their priorities too, but as White House lobbying steps up, other Democrats have different ideas.

Miami condo collapse prompts questions over role of climate change

Experts suggest vulnerability of south Florida to rising seas could lead to destabilization of further buildings