China’s been binging on coal, but that’s not going to continue forever, says Michael Liebreich of Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
“If business isn’t developing solutions to our sustainability issues, they won’t be developed,” says Andy Hoffman, a professor of sustainable enterprise at the University of Michigan.
Chesapeake Energy Corp., the second-largest natural-gas producer in the U.S., has paid just 1 percent in income taxes over its 23-year history.
A team of engineers have figured out how to make spray-on, rechargeable batteries that could transform any surface, anywhere, into a device for collecting and storing energy.
World leaders failed to deliver in Rio. But there was other progress, and a call for fundamental economic change. Now, says one young observer, it’s time to raise some hell.
InsideClimate News has published an in-depth series on a million-gallon-plus spill of oil-sands crude near Kalamazoo, Mich. Here are the good bits.
Mystery meat is about to make a comeback, now that the WTO has slapped down a rule requiring country-of-origin labels.
It will soon be nearly impossible to build a coal-fired power plant in New York, thanks to state regulators.
Reax to the Supreme Court’s ruling from Van Jones, Alex Steffen, Samhita Mukhopadhyay, and Gary Hirshberg.