US$2.3 trillion in “upstream” oil and gas projects—about a third of the projects fossils would expect to complete by 2025 under a “business as usual” scenario—are inconsistent with global carbon ...

With 2,500 cities around the world and politicians in 45 U.S. states onboard, the march toward implementation of the Paris agreement is continuing in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s decision ...

What’s that hot new electric car on every progressive hedonist’s wish list? Nope, not that one. The real ‘Musk-have’ electric vehicle, according to a German billboard campaign trolling the sector’s ...

US$2.3 trillion in “upstream” oil and gas projects—about a third of the projects fossils would expect to complete by 2025 under a “business as usual” scenario—are inconsistent with global carbon ...

Opinion & Analysis

Non-Renewable Energy

Three dozen major private banks from Europe, the United States, Canada, Japan, China, and Australia funneled US$87 billion into “extreme fossil fuel” projects in 2016 and $290 billion over the ...

Market fundamentals and competing technologies, not federal support for renewable energy, are undercutting the U.S. market for coal-fired and nuclear-generated electricity, the Boston-based Analysis Group concludes in a report released ...