Nature Magazine is yet another scientific journal recognising that "The most pressing technological problem facing the world is uncoupling the provision of energy from the production of carbon dioxide." To engage with the debate, they've compiled a really useful resource gathering together all their research papers, articles and features that deal with new energy technologies.
All useful stuff, ranging from the pros and cons of hydrogen as fuel, energy investment features, and good international new round-ups, to serious research into photovoltaics among others. Worth adding to the bookmarks library.
Thank you for this report Hana. Perhaps it would be better to define the problem as uncoupling the provision of energy services from the production of carbon dioxide. After all, we don't want energy directly - we want the services enabled by energy: thermal comfort, mobility, fabrication, etc. The rest of nature manages these feats with solar energy, at ambient temperature and pressure. We could learn from that, but first we need to define our problems clearly.