Why developing countries say net-zero is ‘against climate justice’

Without faster decarbonization and more funding, rich nations risk losing the developing world’s trust.

Who owns the wind, anyway? The case for ‘socializing’ wind power

A new book examines the biggest setback for wind farms: community opposition.

Chevron’s climate plan: Use wind and solar power to drill for oil

The oil giant's aspiration to reduce emissions just means "cleaner" fossil fuels.

Cutting methane emissions is the fastest way to slow warming. Here’s how.

Amid a push for new methane regulations, the IEA points to three relatively cheap ways to…

Gas appliances are no longer eligible for Energy Star’s top rating

EPA kicks gas-burning heaters and clothes dryers off its “Most Efficient” list

Why the ‘Swiss Army knife’ of climate solutions is so controversial

Clean hydrogen could replace fossil fuels for almost everything. But should it?

Biden may be the first president to take the risks of extreme heat seriously

The White House moves to create first-ever heat standards for workers.

‘Orca,’ the largest carbon removal facility to date, is up and running

It can remove 4,000 tons of CO2 from the atmosphere per year. But the cost isn't…

For a livable future, 60% of oil and gas must stay in the ground

And 90% of coal must remain buried, according to a new study.

3 ways to prevent the next mass power outage

Hurricane Ida exposed the grid's weaknesses. It didn't have to be that way.