A leading climate scientist explains why going over 1.5 degrees Celsius puts the world in a danger zone.
Smaller international deals and fossil free zones point a way forward.
Adequate wastewater treatment systems are crucial to ensure that wastewater from the oil industry does less damage.
130 countries have signed a pledge to cut methane emissions by 30%. Success could have a swift impact on global warming.
Saying that the climate problem is complex is false, and a distraction from what we know needs to be done.
Fossil fuels were named as the problem at COP26. We’re no closer to eliminating them a year on.
Businesses can spend huge amounts of money to influence Congress. But sizable lobbyist and campaign donations also go to state campaigns and lawmakers to influence policymaking.
The impact of oil sanctions on Russia is limited compared to the severe repercussions they have on the global economy and other countries’ abilities to achieve energy security and transition.
Roundtable discussions with leaders from major energy companies reveal a lack of pressure from regulators or investors and a strong belief that fossil fuel use will continue for years to come.
The transition to net zero will require huge investments, but how do we make sure investment goes to the right place?
Disagreements and political considerations override the common good in managing Ghana’s petroleum sector
Russian President Vladimir Putin has not hesitated to use energy as a weapon. An expert on global energy markets analyzes what could come next.
Each food-based vitamin A programme carries different advantages and issues.
Four companies contribute about 20 per cent of Alberta’s total revenue, giving them an enormous amount of control over the province’s finances and, by extension, politics.
Most claiming to be compatible with the climate agreement show a strong continuing reliance on natural gas and coal.
One estimate suggests at least a sixth of all emissions cuts expected from the Inflation Reduction Act would come from carbon capture.
Peat is partially decomposed plant matter that has accumulated over thousands of years.
Considering South Africa’s climatic advantage, the fraction of electricity generated from renewable energy technologies is low.
Australia needs an honest reckoning with the fossil fuel industry’s decades-long hold over Australian politics. Without that, we cannot shift to a principled stand against ceaseless expansion.
The underlying reason for the price increases is the acceleration in the international price of crude oil, linked to the Russian war in the Ukraine.