The diet industry’s reliance on the ‘calories in, calories out’ concept is why society blames people for being overweight. But it’s a myth.
An expert in atmospheric science sheds light on Earth’s energy imbalance and its consequences for humankind.
Congress passed and the president signed the deal just days before the US was expected to default on its debt.
If we put green hydrogen plants next to green iron and steelmaking, we can clean up steelmaking and boost the hydrogen industry.
Community batteries are popular. But that doesn’t mean they’re always the right tool for the job. We have to make sure they do what we want them to do
Hydrogen is getting a lot of attention as the EPA prepares to propose new emissions rules for power plants. But it has a problem: almost all of it used today is made from fossil fuels.
A new generation of flexible solar cells has been pioneered using a material known as perovskite.
We often feel drained of energy after a long day of work or study. Here’s how we measure what’s going on in our brain.
Alongside the global economic outlook, Russian supply and Chinese demand are contributing to ‘a cocktail of uncertainty’ for oil prices.
Sports gels and protein powders can meet the increased nutritional needs of endurance athletes in a convenient form. But they do pack downsides too.
Prime has two offerings: one is marketed as a ‘hydration’ drink, the other as an ‘energy’ drink. But what’s actually in them?
Two experts in policy and technology who were also co-authors of an international climate assessment see reasons for optimism.
Households and businesses are set for more hip-pocket pain after regulators flagged hefty electricity price rises in four Australian states.
Political will is necessary for governments to move away from oil. But alternative energies are not all that they seem, and should be considered carefully beyond the appearance of sustainability.
Texas wasn’t prepared to keep the lights on during Winter Storm Uri, and it won’t be ready for future cold weather unless it starts thinking about energy demand as well as supply.
Canada has no choice but to adapt its energy sources and industries in a ‘just transition.’ If it doesn’t, the inevitable transition will be much more disruptive — and much less just.
Feeling tired and groggy in the morning may well lead you to crave a coffee boost. But is it a gift or just a loan in terms of energy?
California is one of the world’s largest economies, and it’s aiming for net-zero emissions by 2045. A transportation expert involved in the plan explains why it just might succeed.
Ghana needs improved supply systems to expand the use of clean fuels.
A drop in gas prices helped tame inflation in December 2022. But grocery prices and housing costs continued to rise.