Energy & Science
BP’s annual energy outlook sees consumption topping out in the next decade even in its most likely scenarios.
Just one orphaned site in California could have emitted more than 30 tons of methane. There are millions more like it
Satellite tracking shows emissions from wildfires spiking in Western U.S. states
The supermajor business model that owned a century comes undone.
The supply chain is punishingly cheap, and Longi dominates it like no one else.
This year’s extreme heat caused another huge loss to a major glacier.
Berta Cáceres became an environmental martyr by fighting the powerful interests backing clean energy in Central America.
Green groups have been pushing for years to get farmers to reduce their use of ammonium nitrate. Now some are starting to listen.
Food production and other human activities are destroying the very systems they rely on, according to a new study
2016-2020 is set to be the warmest five-year period on record, WMO says
While you were worrying about other things.
As Germany debates Nord Stream 2, a wider shift is under way
Parts of the U.S. and Mexico experienced above-average temperatures, and the year appears likely to finish near the top for heat.
Total emissions are a function not just of how much fuel gets burned, but also what kinds.
Blazes burning from January to August this year generated emissions equivalent to a mid-sized country.