Energy & Science
A lack of weather stations is holding back climate science. But dusty manuscripts in Timbuktu could help fill in some gaps.
The 16,700 cubic meters of natural gas released met local emissions quota, according to KazTransGas.
Unlike financial reporting, there’s not much in the form of punishment if companies get emissions reporting wrong
A new report shows that even with climate-friendly policies, the current rate of development would only get the U.S. halfway there by 2050.
The emissions match the planet-warming impact of 10,000 cars driving in the U.K. for a year
Ranchers, farmers and environmentalists are coming together to oppose what would be the largest solar plant built in the San Francisco Bay area, a project local officials say is critical to the state meeting its climate goals.
The autonomous devices use artificial intelligence and lasers to inspect fiberglass turbine blades, reducing the chance of accidents during inspections by human technicians. But will the technology steal jobs?
The list of applications for AI keeps on growing, but the industry needs guardrails to ensure solutions are climate aligned
Carbon capture and storage is a way to avoid the worst impacts of climate change, and there’s one major U.S. facility that tests new technology at real-world scale.
The world may be turning its back on fossil fuels, but in cash-starved, resource-rich nations like Brazil, oil remains king.
Transmission lines for new energy projects are scarce, but retired polluters could provide a partial solution for new renewable and nuclear power.
Deadly weather as far apart as China, Germany and the U.S. reveal the devastating impact of a swinging jet stream.
The country is one of the world’s biggest exporters of the dirtiest fossil fuel.
Annual investment in energy transition needs to speed up now, BNEF says
The European Union’s climate ambitions are pushing more companies to seek services and technology to trap and store carbon-dioxide emissions.
Electronic waste is expected to double in the next 30 years. Making our products last longer can help prevent that.
State media often frame climate change as a global problem that China can lead in solving, not as a crisis that affects its citizens’ daily lives.
EDF’s wind farm is in limbo after residents in the state of Oaxaca sought a court-ordered injunction.
Almost 10% of global deaths can be attributed to abnormally hot or cold temperatures, according to new research linking extreme weather to mortality
Such extreme heat could strike every five to 10 years if warming continues without climate action, scientists concluded.
Heatwaves around the world fueled the second-warmest June for Europe and the fourth-warmest on record globally.
Towns in Sweden and Finland registered record-high temperatures as wildfires spread across eastern Russia
To cut emissions fast, many countries are turning to a policy tool that is backed by years of research.
The plume is one of the largest so far attributed to global coal industry. Leaks detected by satellite have also been spotted in Canada, Russia and South Africa.
Indian energy billionaire Mukesh Ambani is planning to invest big in both the present and the future of renewables.
Electric motors consume as much as half the world’s electricity. Turntide Technologies says it can make them more efficient.
When hot air expands under extreme summertime temperatures, it can become a mountain of heat that just won’t move.
Ranchers and regulators are contending with uncontrolled leaks from thousands of abandoned oil and gas sites that could render some land “functionally uninhabitable.”
Hybrids don’t get a lot of hype—but they perform well and are selling accordingly.
The government is working across departments to announce its target before the UN climate summit in Glasgow in November, sources say
A major new investment in renewables by the country’s largest power company may signal the beginning of the end for thermal energy.