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.
Look for significant progress in 2023 in two key areas, writes a veteran of international climate policy.
The US had long warned European nations about an over-reliance on Russian gas.
A US national lab has proved we can the fusion process can be used to produce energy, but it’s just the first step in a very long process.
Huge challenges remain before working fusion reactors are possible.
Renting can be a challenge for environmentally conscious tenants, but there are several ways you can save energy while remaining on good terms with your landlord.
The sheer number of Chinese-funded dams pose a substantial risk to biodiversity. And yet, environmental regulation of these projects has serious flaws.
The Energy Charter Treaty allows fossil fuel investors to sue governments over climate action – prompting EU countries to withdraw.
Employment-intensive growth and a low emissions strategy can complement each other in South Africa.
Saying that the climate problem is complex is false, and a distraction from what we know needs to be done.
Two-thirds of those surveyed back capped gas prices, an extra tax on gas exporters that would subsidise prices, or rules requiring Australian gas to be reserved for Australian use.
A key issue for African countries is: how to contribute towards averting a climate disaster without compromising economic growth and development.