Sundar Pichai wants to head the first giant company run without emissions around the clock. It will take far more than money to achieve
October 29, 2021 Issue
Friederike Otto and her colleagues jump into action during heat waves, floods, and fires to pinpoint if global warming is to blame.
Old oil and gas sites are a climate menace. Meet the company that owns more of America’s decaying wells than any other.
A letter from the editor of Bloomberg Green
Can a company synonymous with the industrial past bring its polluting customers into the greener future?
While you were worrying about other things
The water crisis that experts have long warned about has arrived. A scientist, activist, and entrepreneur are among those on the front lines of the efforts to provide clean water.
Deadly weather as far apart as China, Germany and the U.S. reveal the devastating impact of a swinging jet stream.
A new campaign asserts, incorrectly, that cows in the U.S. “may not be contributing much at all to global warming.”
The first drop in supply to the Central Arizona Project was announced last week. It won’t be the last.
Jigar Shah, the new head of the U.S. Energy Department’s Loan Programs Office, discusses how his team is working to distribute billions to support innovations in renewable energy and green technologies.
Veterans of annual global climate negotiations say the geopolitical backdrop makes a major breakthrough challenging this year
Rich countries have fallen short time and again, making developing nations reluctant to make stronger commitments to cut emissions
An epic surge in investment is needed to fill the gap left by fossil fuels.
From Covid-19 protocols to bad weather, long security lines, transportation options and food offerings, there’s a lot that can go wrong at COP26.
Delegates will once again try to hash out the rules for a UN-run carbon offsets market as corporate demand for the credits booms
It’s unlikely the flooding that devastated the conference hall almost three decades ago will recur. But Glasgow still faces dangers from an altered climate.
Advocates heading to COP26 say wealthy nations have a moral responsibility to help developing countries endure existing global warming impacts.
As world leaders prepare for the important COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, some countries are resisting pressure to set stronger targets to cut pollution
China’s state-run giants have more sway over warming temperatures than entire countries.
Reclaiming global leadership isn’t easy when your domestic climate agenda is stalled
Startup Global Bioenergies has devised technology to produce cosmetics from plants instead of fossil fuels.
Buying these green products won’t necessarily help save the planet, but it will help save your conscience.
A crop of electric startups are hitting the $292 billion heavy machinery market just in time for harvest.
As President Xi Jinping calls for greater environmental protection, officials are eager to demolish badly-planned dams. But the country will need vast amounts of clean hydroelectric power to meet its net-zero goal.
There are some 130 aging oil refineries in the U.S., most of which will need to be decommissioned if the country is to meet its climate goals.
Global Rescue's mission has expanded as emergencies brought on by climate change have increased.
Being interested in the future is distinctively human. A quick fictional visit there can turn utopian.
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