If greenhouse gas emissions continue at a high rate, breadbaskets of Europe and North America will see a 50% chance of a flash drought each year by the end of this century.
Energy firms are likely to lie about their corporate social responsibility to the environment. Their deception can be turned around for good if they are held accountable.
To address the climate crisis, governments need to limit new fossil fuel developments. But foreign investors are often protected under trade and investment agreements.
Fossil fuel power plants can avoid most emissions by capturing carbon dioxide and pumping it underground. But to be a climate solution, that carbon has to stay stored for thousands of years.
How to be more a more eco-friendly parent – it’s not as simple as ditching disposable nappies.
After the Supreme Court overturned the Obama administration’s strategy for reducing power plant carbon emissions in 2022, the Biden administration is taking a narrower but still ambitious approach.
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.
How can the Net Zero Authority help Australia make the most of this once-in-a-generation economic transformation?
To meet New Zealand’s target of a net-zero carbon economy by 2050, industrial heat process will have to change. Here are the four main options.
A psychologist explains how opponents of climate policies use a common thinking error to manipulate the public – and why people are so susceptible.
Canada can meet its carbon emission reduction targets, make food cheap again and open up a gigantic trade surplus with the U.S. by shading farm crops with solar panels.
The criticisms faced by ESG projects are indicative of the growing polarization in the future profitability of the fossil fuel sector.
Governments are more than regulators — they are also major greenhouse gas emitters.
Smoothing the transition to clean energy for fossil fuel workers and their communities requires local leadership and the support of a new federal authority
Australia’s environmental movement is not united. The reasons for that go deep.
The Greens wanted Australia to rule out new coal and gas projects. Instead, we have a hard cap on emissions – and that should make many fossil fuel projects unviable
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.
To operate properly, combustion engines inevitably waste a certain amount of fuel. But it may be possible to reduce fuel consumption by reducing friction between engine parts.
Labor must resist the false promise of carbon offsets in its safeguard mechanism. The only thing that matters is actually cutting emissions