A Depression-era meal for more environmental-minded times? A hamburger treat from Oklahoma City to get more out of less hits Berlin.
A tale of gas and oil, opium and hypocrisy: If climate activists are unable to convince the richest country in the world of the benefits of climate control, how do they plan to convince Mexico, Nigeria or Russia?
Right now, electric cars have the momentum and the “inevitability” narrative on their side. Is the idea of pursuing two paths forward a waste of money?
The Growing Climate Solutions Act, if signed into law, won’t cost a lot of money, won’t hurt anybody, but won’t go far in curbing greenhouse gases.
A changing global context, a more transactional world and China’s assertiveness increase India’s pool of potential friends.
This World Food Day what can citizens do to create a global movement to address hunger and climate change?
A collection of charts, graphs and maps exploring the global oil industry.
The images from the Sydney skyline are so indelible not because the city is located in the developed world, but because they represent the front gates of hell.
Experts have concluded that Australia offers an ideal setting for replacing fossil fuels with renewables in electricity generation.