Negotiators have little time to sort out some of the hardest questions in global climate politics.
The new U.N. report said severe outcomes are more likely sooner as climate change progresses rapidly.
Proposed bills in Texas aim to limit legal exposure for projects that inject CO2 underground.
Pedro Pizarro is president and CEO of Edison International, parent company of Southern California Edison, one of the largest U.S. electric utilities. We texted with him about permitting reform, wildfires, SVB, and his jogging habits.
SVB offered financial services that climate startups — already facing an array of economic headwinds — sorely needed and won’t be easy to replace.
In her latest book, the Harvard science historian probes deeper into why anti-science propaganda has been so effective at permeating U.S. public policy.
Las Vegas is the latest city to consider restricting water usage for households, as places across the world have enacted similar measures from discouraging flushing to watering plants.
The oil industry is hyped on hydrogen, but its viability as a climate solution is still in doubt.
Billionaire investor Tom Steyer ran for the Democratic nomination for president in 2020. Now he's back in the private sector, betting that there's a fortune to be made on the transition to clean energy.
At the world's biggest energy conference, oil and gas execs laid out their plan to supply more fossil fuels without overturning climate goals.
Jigar Shah, director of the Department of Energy’s Loan Programs Office, texts from the CERAWeek conference in Houston, Texas, about why renewable energy conferences are more chill and what else oil and gas executives should do to lower their carbon footprint.
Bureaucracy and outdated market rules have become one of the biggest hurdles to cleaner electricity in the U.S. and globally.
China is racing to shore up its supply of home-grown electricity, but that doesn’t necessarily put its climate goals at risk.
A new UN report calls for more research into solar geoengineering, a controversial planet-cooling technology that comes with geopolitical risks.
Experts are worried that the Inflation Reduction Act puts developing countries at risk.