Two of America’s most beloved recreational thoroughfares could be at risk from a proposed natural gas pipeline, writes Malee Oot.
Analysis: Germany’s carbon emissions rose in 2016 due to nuclear shutdown
Analysis finds that Germany’s emissions rose in 2016 due to the shutdown of the Grafenrheinfeld nuclear power plant.
The US poised to launch offshore wind revolution
Could the US be about to be a key player in the offshore wind revolution?
Analysis: Economic realities will override Trump’s plan for a coal renaissance
Trump’s promise to invest in coal won’t bring back US jobs, writes Charlotte Middlehurst.
Opinion: Why we should send Bill Gates to Mars
Michael Molitor suggests we should send Bill Gates to Mars.
The developing world takes a global lead in clean energy
According to analysis, clean energy investments in the developing world have, for the first time, overtaken those in the developed world.
In hindsight: environmental optimism from 2016
Pining for the environmental glory days of 2016? Maybe you should be.
Opinion: Let’s talk about China
Is China a climate hero or villain?
Obama’s final climate move
US President Barack Obama and Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has joined forces in protecting the Arctic from fossil fuel activities
Opinion: Creating the perfect hue for a bright energy future
Red, yellow and blue are the three primary colours – also when it comes to innovation in the energy space.