The president’s push to bring the energy sector under state control has put up roadblocks to renewable energy and left Mexico’s climate goals behind.
Do Americans understand the stakes across the Atlantic?
The Senate’s proposal aims to accelerate electric car sales and promote domestic battery manufacturing at China’s expense.
Local leaders find themselves at the front line of Europe’s conservation efforts, fearing a Russian gas cut. It’s not an easy place to be.
The $369 billion climate and tax bill would affect every aspect of U.S. energy production, with incentives for producers and consumers to move away from fossil fuels.
Holding together despite some nations’ dependence on Russia, the European Union agreed to make voluntary savings mandatory if the Kremlin suddenly decides to turn off the taps over its invasion of Ukraine.
Peatlands and rainforests in the Congo Basin protect the planet by storing carbon. Now, in a giant leap backward for the climate, they’re being auctioned off for drilling.
As 100 million Americans swelter under heat warnings, the president is considering whether to invoke special powers to address climate change.
The party has largely moved beyond denying the existence of climate change but continues to oppose dramatic action to halt it, worried about the short-term economic consequences.
Los polémicos planes para instalar un parque eólico frente a la costa noreste de España forman parte de un tenso debate sobre dónde ubicar los nuevos proyectos de energías renovables en toda Europa.
Rising prices, party infighting and the aftershocks from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have hurt the president’s plans to speed an energy transition.
Senator Joe Manchin III of West Virginia led his party and his president through months of tortured talks, with nothing to show for it as the planet dangerously heats up.
The prosecution of Vietnam’s most prominent environmental activist, as well as others, has cast doubt on the country’s commitment to cut coal.
The effort could hurt Russia but could also help drive up already high oil prices, hurting the global economy and enriching energy companies.
The state’s biggest utility is building a 176-mile line that may be unsuitable or even unneeded. Its design minimized scrutiny. Critics see a pattern.
The state is seeking to replace coal and oil with solar energy, aiming to rely extensively on rooftop panels on single-family homes.
Neither is being realistic about a smooth transition to renewable energy.
Power companies, conservationists, local residents and two U.S. states are mired in an acrimonious dispute about hydroelectricity from Quebec.
The Ukraine war has shown the fragility of Japan’s energy supplies. But the decision to restart plants after the Fukushima disaster is fraught with emotions and political calculation.
More than 300 solar projects in the United States have been canceled or delayed in recent weeks because of an investigation by the Commerce Department.
The world’s third-largest economy has counted on imported liquefied natural gas as it shuts coal-fired plants and keeps nuclear sites closed. But Russia’s invasion has pushed prices sharply higher.
American energy production has only inched up because executives fear that oil and gas prices won’t stay high.
The projects, which some European countries are pushing to end their reliance on Russia’s energy, face delays in coming online.
Mr. Buffett has pushed back against investors who want to force Berkshire Hathaway to do more to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Financing the next generation of green energy technologies means larger investments and getting venture capitalists to turn their attention away from “fast money.”
ESI Energy pleaded guilty based on the documented “blunt force trauma” deaths of golden eagles struck by fast-moving turbine blades, prosecutors said.
The European Union relies on Russia for almost half its coal, but new contracts with other countries could ease the transition, which would stretch over four months.
Europe wants 50 billion cubic meters of additional natural gas, but supplies are tight. Prices will rise and other regions might have to do with less.
The ship, originally sailing to Philadelphia, apparently lost its buyer in the middle of the Atlantic. A number of tankers carrying Russian oil face similar problems.
At every step of his political career, Joe Manchin helped a West Virginia power plant that is the sole customer of his private coal business. Along the way, he blocked ambitious climate action.
The Biden administration’s plan to send more natural gas to Europe will be hampered by the lack of export and import terminals.
Gas prices are spiking. The economic historian Daniel Yergin explains what that means for geopolitics — and climate change.
António Guterres, the United Nations secretary general, said instead of replacing Russian oil, gas and coal, nations must pivot to clean energy.
The International Energy Agency said countries should encourage use of mass transit and car pooling, among other things. That could also help the climate crisis.
The Ukraine crisis shows just how energy dependent Europe has become on Russia.
The company aims to be “carbon negative” by the end of the decade, but its emissions rose sharply in the most recent year measured.
Global stocks dipped on Monday as U.S. officials discussed an oil cutoff, and gas prices hit a national average above $4, up more than 10 percent in a week.
The organization’s energy commissioner said the Russian invasion of Ukraine had exposed vulnerabilities in European energy supplies.
The auctioned areas are expected to generate enough power for nearly 2 million homes once turbines are built.
Domestic oil and gas production in the U.S. boomed in recent years. But the country and its allies remain reluctant to impose sanctions on Russian energy that would damage their economies.
A year ago, 10 million Texans lost power in a winter storm. The state has resisted a simple fix.
An increasingly belligerent Russia, an energy crunch and a new Green minister of economics all add up to a change of direction in Germany’s policy on natural gas.
Oil and gas prices are soaring, while coal use is reaching record highs worldwide. Here’s what the upheaval could mean for climate policies across the globe.
The energy transition will make it possible for petrostates to wield significant geopolitical and economic power.
Europe is a huge customer of Russia’s fossil fuels. Gas from the U.S. and elsewhere is helping offset fears of a midwinter cutoff.
One lesson: Renewable technology benefits from early, consistent government support.
The target does not account for the climate impact of its customers and suppliers, leaving the company lagging the commitments of some of its rivals.
Oil giants like BP and Shell propose to spend billions on renewable energy, bolstering Scotland’s efforts to move away from an economy based on fossil fuel.
Linking one nation’s power grid with another’s is considered essential as more electricity is generated from solar and wind.
In Martin County, Ky., where coal production has flatlined, entrepreneurs are promising that a new solar farm atop a shuttered mine will bring green energy jobs.