Energy & Science
Breakthrough Energy Ventures added six new investors when it raised another $1 billion for investments in startups cutting emissions
Melting ice in the Arctic allowed a gas tanker to sail through the Northern Sea Route in the middle of winter
Engine No. 1’s campaign is aimed at overhauling Exxon’s board with expertise on climate change
The winter storm boosted demand, slashed production and sent prices haywire in a way that even veteran traders had never seen before.
Turning petrochemical plants off and on again requires flaring and other large sources of pollution
Global analysis finds that development, overfishing, and pollution have made rivers dramatically different habitats than they were 200 years ago.
The Lancet released a report attributing 22,000 deaths in 2019 to the former president’s regulatory rollbacks, and other journals have also weighed in on policy.
The forecast by Europe’s Earth observation agency comes after a new Harvard study showing high mortality rates from air pollution
The third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases has a chance to leave the dirtiest fossil fuel behind
In an interview, the billionaire talks about ways to scale solutions that can cut emissions in what might become his third big act
Equipment and software operated by GHGSat picked up eight simultaneous plumes from a field in Turkmenistan.