Oil and gas companies are hoping to contribute in dealing with climate change via the Sectoral Decarbonization Approach.
Japanese foreign minister Taro Kono criticizes his country's efforts in developing renewable energy sources.
Ford is hoping to catch up with industry rivals by making heavy investments in electric cars and smart vehicles.
Strong impacts of climate change, pending tariffs and withdrawal of U.S. from the climate accord, are not stopping the growth of the renewables market.
Critics, however, are not convinced that Shell, BP, and Exxon are turning over a new leaf.
Waves also have the capacity to supply electricity just like solar and wind energy.
The major coal users in the world such as China, India, the U.S., Russia and Germany have yet to sign the Powering Past Coal Alliance.
Among the top offenders in the world in terms of air pollution are China, Japan, U.S.A, Saudi Arabia and India.
Chancellor Angela Merkel might have a hard time uniting pro-business groups, political parties, and the Greens.
Wirewatt, Watty, SEaB Energy, Oxford PV, Avant Garde Innovations, BuffaloGrid and Aquion Energy are on the rise.