The patterns of Soviet oil extraction have left an indelible mark on China’s oil-rich western province, writes Judd C. Kinzley.
Emissions keeps rising and coal is to blame.
The pathway to UK fracking success is still a long and dwindled road.
‘Vote for the people who believe in the science’ says Oscar-winning Director Darren Aronofsky as Americans go to the polls in the US midterm election.
In this exclusive blog, Alex Diggins talks to Eamonn Ives, a Researcher at one of Britain’s leading think tanks, Bright Blue, to discuss its policy work, the fragmentation of the environmental message, and why conservatives should be intuitive custodians of the planet.
A revolution in electric vehicles is spurring a new wave of chemistries, writes Abigail Beall.
In part one, we examined whether democratic institutions would be able to survive in a globally warmed world – and suggested two ways they might. In the second part of this analysis of politics and climate change, we ask: To save the world, is it as simple as capitalism vs the climate?
In the first of this two-part series, Alex Diggins investigates how climate change might just save the world
The climate and environment take away from Factfulness.
Tierra Hotels ramps up their sustainability efforts with solar system.