Scorched by climate change and drained by industrial farms, the country’s most important river system is nearing collapse.
June 9, 2020 Issue
The unexpected consequences of high-emission vacations are felt far, far away.
Can the unproven technology Lucas Joppa is betting on arrest the climate crisis in time?
A new publication for a new era of climate solutions.
The choice facing the world isn’t between climate and growth.
Stimulus proposals for growing green.
Marina Mazzucato, founder of the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose at University College London, thinks businesses need a green roadmap.
Mohamed Adow, founding director of Power Shift Africa, wants stimulus to tackle the continent's infrastructure deficit.
The country announced a slate of climate-friendly stimulus priorities, but has also loosened coal regulations.
The Green Deal released in December has become the basis for the region’s recovery plans.
Nicholas Stern, chair of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics, urges lawmakers to resist the urge to regress.
The world’s leading electric carmaker got a major boost from a U.S. Energy Department loan back in 2010. Now the folks who approved that loan have some advice for Congress.
In an interview, Shell CEO Ben van Beurden insists he doesn’t run an oil company any more.
The world’s largest asset manager is juggling environmental promises and the Fed’s virus crisis response.
Environmentalist Ma Jun worries that companies who want to reduce their carbon footprint aren't thinking about Chinese suppliers.
The 13.9-mile-long sand barrier is the geographical beginning of the Hamptons, the playground of America’s financiers and celebrities on eastern Long Island, N.Y.
The sustainable revolution hasn’t reached the top levels of the biggest U.S. and European banks.
While rooftop companies have suffered thanks to Covid-19, home solar arrays are still an attractive option.
Lobbying groups have seized the opportunity to push back against single-use bans.
A world leader in virgin resins comes to Louisiana’s Cancer Alley with an unlimited vision for its products.
The race is on to develop floating wind farms that can become an almost boundless source of emission-free electricity.
Getting the location wrong by a few dozen meters can lose millions for a wind project.
Companies are searching for ways to deal with the tens of thousands of blades that have reached the end of their lives.
A U.K.-based startup has a wearable device that it hopes will reduce cattle’s methane emissions by up to 60%.
Blocking sunlight with technology is feasible—it's only a matter of time until someone tries it.
It won’t necessarily help save the planet, but it will help save your conscience.
A billionaire is spending tens of millions of dollars to create his own environmentally friendly dream home.
A socially-distant way to get around with groceries or a kid—and without emissions or breaking a sweat.
As air-conditioning sucks up more and more energy, Singapore finds a greener way to keep cool.
Something special is coming from Bloomberg Green.
Is there enough work for everyone? Kim Stanley Robinson on the future of planetary employment.