The world may be turning its back on fossil fuels, but in cash-starved, resource-rich nations like Brazil, oil remains king.
Unesco members voted against the label following intense lobbying by Australian officials
Annual investment in energy transition needs to speed up now, BNEF says
The devastation in Zhengzhou is the latest in a series of extreme weather events globally that are making the risks of climate change more tangible.
Few other governments are able to enforce such mass relocations as climate change is stressing communities with drought, extreme weather, higher temperatures, and desertification.
The ambitious proposal isn’t perfect, but it’s an encouraging attempt.
From community solar panels to green steel, we imagine what life might look like if the EU Commission’s ambitious climate overhaul actually comes to pass.
A new report from sustainability nonprofit Ceres finds that most large companies aren’t putting lobbying muscle behind climate goals.
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.