As one of the few countries to have enshrined net-zero into law, Canada has earned praise for its climate leadership. Yet an independent report calls out its continued failures to reduce emissions.
Providing government subsidies for emerging clean technologies could unlock their transformative potential.
Klaus Lackner is finding new ways to cut the technology’s high costs and energy demand, and he’s about to launch the first ‘mechanical tree’.
Three ‘just transition’ priorities identified by the coal-mining communities of the Hunter Valley in NSW hold lessons for the rest of Australia, and the world.
There’s a lot of buzz around green hydrogen. But we need to get the groundwork right - and pick the best spots to produce it
Oil and gas have been on a roller coaster these past two years – here’s why.
China is powering ahead with EV production, but Chinese EVs might not be ready to face the global market.
Joining a protest doesn’t just help attract others to supporting important causes - it comes with personal and psychological benefits too.
If the UK is to achieve net zero by 2050, it needs to get moving on making a successful green transition across fuel, transport and housing.
Researchers share their insights on seismic surveys in South Africa.
Critics say investing in carbon capture and storage means betting on technology that’s not yet proven to work at scale. Using liquid marbles could make a huge difference.
If we want to limit global warming to below 2°C, most of our untapped fossil fuel reserves need to be kept in the ground.
Shell’s withdrawal highlights unresolved tensions on the road to net zero.
Soaking up and storing CO₂ is not just a question of technology.
COP26 saw progress and announcements, but the commitments made by states — in addition to having to pass the test of implementation —fall far short of what the science requires.
Most carbon dioxide captured in the U.S. today is used to extract more oil. Two scholars point to another way: biological sequestration.
How and where people spend their money and use energy can influence corporate behavior.
The recent climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland, shows that climate change deniers have shifted their tactics to thwart the efforts of countries to phase out fossil fuel use.
The world promised progress at the Glasgow climate conference. Now it has to turn those promises into reality. A former senior UN official describes what to watch for in the coming year.
Some promising proposals have been put forward, but most suffer either from a lack of ambition or a lack of participation from key countries.