Demand for Renewable and Clean Energy to Mitigate Climate Change is increasing to meet social and economic development and improve human welfare and health. All societies require energy services to meet basic human needs such as lighting, cooking, space comfort, mobility and communication and to serve productive processes. Since approximately 1850, global use of fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas has increased to dominate energy supply, leading to a rapid growth in carbon dioxide emissions. Greenhouse gas emissions resulting from the provision of energy services have contributed significantly to the historic increase in atmospheric GHG concentrations. This session discusses more on what we need to do to mitigate climate change through clean energy and bioethics renewable.