Sooner or later, Russia, Saudi Arabia and the other party nations to the OPEC-Plus export limitations agreement are going to exhaust their running room for additional cuts. When that happens, the [...]
Australia has been burning up while the U.S. has been freezing. Experts say that global warming underscores the extremes — something that can only be mitigated by burning less fossil fuel.
With an increase in U.S. carbon output in 2018 now on record, calls to action are coming from Republicans and companies alike, some of which favor a carbon tax. It is necessary, they say, to meet [...]
Now that the National Climate Assessment is pointing directly to human-induced climate change, how will the science and environmental communities push ahead? Among the strategies is to layout a [...]
API’s support for the new BLM regulation is at odds with some of its members publicly stated support for methane leak reduction
On August 12 the five Caspian littoral states will meet in Astana, Kazakhstan to determine the legal status of the Caspian Sea. If reached, the agreement will have significant implications for [...]
The City of Baltimore weighed in with a climate change lawsuit targeting "big oil" just one day after a federal judge had tossed out essentially the same suit filed by the City of New York. The [...]