Energy & Science
Soaring temperatures that reached 38 degrees Celsius in the Arctic Circle reignited wildfires
Low-capacity, nimble power generation is replacing high-capacity mega-facilities.
Achieving net zero by 2050 will be impossible without a rapid scale-up of clean energy technologies, IEA chief says
It’s one of the most polluted spots on Earth, and prospects of a turnaround only get worse as Covid-19 guts a global industry.
A new approach to tracking harmful smoke shows it may cause as much damage as rising temperatures.
During the lockdown, monitoring renewable energy use gave one family a welcome distraction and showed how the sun could make their economics stronger
A carbon capture project aims to make Norway the hub for other countries to bury their emissions.
The clean-burning energy source is still too expensive to compete with fossil fuels, but oil companies are investing heavily.
There are important benchmarks to consider—including science-based climate targets— when evaluating a corporation’s lofty goals.
Drillers are using more carbon-intensive methods to pull crude out of aging fields
First-generation turbines can be swapped out for new models at a fraction of their original cost.
A new report from the International Energy Agency details what it will take to lock in this year’s drop in emissions.
The company aims to cut 5 million metric tons of annual emissions by 2030, what one expert calls “a drop in the bucket.”