Berta Cáceres became an environmental martyr by fighting the powerful interests backing clean energy in Central America.
September 14, 2020 Issue
The company just gave itself two decades to reach zero emissions. Can it put both customers and the climate first?
Just one orphaned site in California could have emitted more than 30 tons of methane. There are millions more like it
As climate change exacerbates fire risk, desperate homeowners turn to unproven fixes to protect their property.
It’s the second issue of our quarterly climate magazine
Dystopian images of destruction have come from all over the globe as flames rage.
The ultimate question facing billions of humans on a hotter planet is simple — How many of us will die from the extreme heat in decades ahead?
The supply chain is punishingly cheap, and Longi dominates it like no one else.
While you were worrying about other things.
Fossil fuel companies think renewable natural gas is the answer to their PR problems. Environmentalists think not.
Climate change is making things worse as Australia’s biggest city expands.
Vladimir Potanin’s sprawling Siberian mining operations make him the billionaire most exposed to the permafrost crisis.
The U.S. risks the long-term viability of its auto industry and more.
Painter and performance artist Kong Ning says artists should highlight urgent social problems.
Europe’s Green Deal would stimulate around 500 billion euros of government spending with the goal of reaching net-zero emissions by 2050.
The democratic candidate’s plan has won over both groups, but he’ll have to choose between them if he’s elected.
Reviving coal isn’t the president’s only failed promise on climate and energy.
Sunrise Movement’s co-founder Varshini Prakash is pulling cautious Democrats to the left.
A year ago, Blackjewel abruptly shuttered and left hundreds of miners out of work in Harlan County, Ky. Federal green stimulus investment could transform the region.
The rainforests are vanishing at a rate of one acre every two seconds. Here’s what it will take to stop the destruction before they’re all gone.
The pest are eating away at trees as climate change warms winters. Infestations have the potential to worsen future emissions.
Its successes and failures provide an invaluable model for today's reforestation efforts.
Manufacturers defend the content of their toilet paper by touting tree replanting and conservation programs, but carbon accounting doesn't work that way.
The supermajor business model that owned a century comes undone.
Ugandan-owned Kiira Motors Corp.’s new e-bus factory is bringing roads, power lines and water service to a rural area.
In many parts of the world, ‘too hot’ was never a concern before now.
It won’t necessarily help save the planet, but it will help save your conscience.
Brooklyn SolarWorks has been creating energy-generating rooftop arrays that also provide welcome shade.
Whether you should buy or lease, how long it will take to charge, and all your other EV questions, answered.
Barcelona, along with Lisbon and Paris, added miles of bike lanes to the streets during the pandemic to encourage more commuters to cycle
After China’s bike-sharing boom went bust, some of the millions of discarded units ended up in unlikely places
Plus, see the second issue of Bloomberg Green