With COP26 rapidly approaching, there is growing momentum to speed up the energy transition.
A series of successive climate disasters has exposed U.S. infrastructure as entirely unfit for the 21st century as storms, drought, wildfire and floods grow increasingly destructive.
In its damning climate report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change singled out methane as a particularly damaging source of global climate pollution.
A new study has found that methane emissions from natural gas drilling in British Columbia are roughly twice as high as previously thought,.
Senate Democrats are moving forward with a sweeping infrastructure package aimed at accelerating the clean energy transition.
In a stunning blow to a company not used to losing, activist investors have claimed two seats on the board of ExxonMobil.
As battery and EV costs decline, governments at the state and national level are eyeing a phase out of the internal combustion engine.
The U.S. is hosting 40 countries this week for an international climate summit, where new climate targets – aimed at restoring U.S. credibility in international climate negotiations – are likely to be announced by the White House.
Plans to clean up abandoned and orphaned oil and gas wells are gaining momentum in Washington.
The results of the Georgia senate election upend the outlook for President-elect Biden, opening up a long list of opportunities on energy and climate-related issues.