BP is selling what it once called its “Jewel in the Crown”, its Alaskan operations. But it leaves a toxic legacy..
How much trouble do we need to be in, before we admit we are in trouble?
Next summer’s Olympic Games are at risk due to heatwaves and there’s one story Japan likely doesn’t want out there: the fact that it’s currently one of the world’s biggest supporters of coal.
The third and final installment in a series of blogs on the IEA’s Special Report on gas and energy transitions. This blog discusses the IEA’s analysis of methane leakage and its faith in carbon capture and storage.
The second in a series of blogs on the IEA’s 2019 report on the role of gas in energy transitions. This part explores the climate risks inherent in the report’s main policy prescription.
BlackRock is the world’s largest fund manager, which has nearly US$6.5 trillion of assets under management. BlackRock may be wealthy, but that does not make it wise.
Two people from polar opposites of the political and ecological spectrum are in the news.
The IEA latest report on gas all but makes the case against gas as a “bridge fuel”. But still finds a way to push for more of the controversial fuel.
In these dark times, with daily doses of bad news of our growing climate emergency, we have to celebrate every climate victory we get. And last Friday there was one such victory.
“What we describe as a record heat-wave in a few decades, we will simply call that summer. A typical summer’s day will be like the most extreme day we have seen in our lifetimes, at this point.”