UAE will preside over talks to limit climate change – despite revelations it plans oil deals.
Electric vehicles get all the press – but it’s the smaller unsung two wheelers cutting oil demand the most.
An analysis of past UN conference presidencies suggests the 2023 summit’s agenda would do more to accelerate the transition away from fossil fuels.
Despite the perpetrators being tried and convicted, anti-Indigenous sentiment roiled the area for decades.
Decades of secrecy and industry influence in Alberta have created a crisis of liability in abandoned oil infrastructure which only a serious course correction can hope to fix.
An initial squeeze on demand for Russian oil due to western sanctions was temporary but the country’s oil industry might have bigger problems.
Russia’s 2022 invasion of Ukraine reprised the risks of energy weaponization, but the oil landscape today and energy security itself are changing.
Holding climate change to 1.5 might be possible – but in the best case, we’ll blow past the limit first and then backpedal.
In a greener future, what becomes of current fossil fuel workers? Despite possessing skills applicable to green industries, their geographical locations will limit their opportunities.
The decision of the people of Ecuador to halt oil extraction in the Yasuní is a trend-setting precedent of global importance and a victory that Canadians should build upon.
Despite the meteoric rise of wind and solar, fossil energy sources have met most new demand in fast-growing economies.
The International Energy Agency moved up the date when it expects oil demand to peak to before 2030. Electric vehicle growth is a big part of the reason.
Pouring these products down the sink causes society-wide problems for the entire sewerage system and the workers who maintain it.
China’s partnership with Russia has been unbalanced in recent years, as Beijing grew more powerful.
Over a decade of protest led to the banning of fuel exploration in New Zealand waters. As this extract from a new book explains, that ‘win’ is still precarious and may depend on the election result.
Governments are more than regulators — they are also major greenhouse gas emitters.
Australia continues to support unlimited growth in fossil fuel production and export, flying in the face of the latest IPCC report. Mapped: 67 new coal, and 49 gas/oil projects.
Biden vowed ‘no more drilling on federal lands,’ but Russia’s war on Ukraine and pressures at home are hard to ignore.
You won’t like this idea – but we may well need oil and gas companies to make green hydrogen and green chemicals a reality
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.