Business & Technology

Sad!

Major TV networks spent just 50 minutes on climate change — combined — last year.

That represents a dramatic, 66-percent drop from 2015.

Coal up and die

Burning coal for electricity continues its steep slide into history.

Coal power is going the way of whale oil.

On the right side of the fracks

Surprise: This Republican governor now wants his state to ban fracking.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan shocked many when he endorsed a bill that would completely outlaw the practice.

Flatline

Good news about CO2: Emissions from the energy sector stayed flat for the third year in a row.

The biggest drop in CO2 emissions came in the United States, where emissions fell by 3 percent while the economy grew 1.6 percent.

Less cause for chickens to be chicken

For the first time ever, people have eaten chicken without killing a chicken.

Lab-grown chicken is now a thing.

A review to a kill

Trump is sending Obama’s auto fuel economy standards back to the drawing board.

During a Wednesday visit to Michigan, President Trump will give a little gift to the auto industry.

How we can turn railroads into a climate solution

A new proposal calls for electrifying railroads, running them on renewable energy, and using rail corridors as clean-power superhighways.

Peak foiled

There’s a lot more oil to keep in the ground all of a sudden.

An oil company just made the largest onshore oil discovery in the U.S. in 30 years: 1.2 billion barrels beneath Alaska’s North Slope.

A rind is a terrible thing to waste

Cutting food waste helps companies profit.

On average, businesses saved $14 for every $1 invested in reducing food loss.