Climate Change

The Dead Sea shoreline is receding.

Can Enemies Become Allies in the Fight Against Climate Change?

There are many incentives for cross-border military cooperation—even among adversaries—as climate change worsens.

A boy stands by a dried riverbed in Kenya.

The Racial Violence of Climate Change

It’s time to speak plainly about the deadly effects of global warming—and their unjust impact across racial lines.

A container ship sails on the Mediterranean Sea during a thunderstorm about 20 nautical miles from Malta on Sept. 24, 2017.

Free Trade Is Dead. Risky ‘Managed Trade’ Is Here.

The old trade order has gone out the window at breathtaking speed. What comes next is very slippery.

Firm Zero-Emission Power

Firm Zero-Emission Power

The challenge for deep decarbonization of the grid

Firefighters monitor a wildfire in California

The American West’s Climate Hellscape Is Just a Preview

Droughts, heat waves, and floods are the new normal—unless policymakers get serious.

Chinese pedestrians watch the news.

U.S.-China Competition Can Still Produce Climate Wins

Progressive groups warning Biden against a tougher stand on China are reading the risks wrong.

Logging trucks carrying Okoume wood leave the Ivindo National Park near Makokou, Gabon.

Europe Needs to Clean Up at Home Before Pushing a Green Agenda Abroad

Norway is paying Gabon to halt deforestation while continuing to promote its own polluting industries.

A woman fills containers with water from a public water pump, to take them home carried by her donkeys, in Santa Cruz Acalpixca, Xochimilco mayorality, Mexico City, on April 16.

Historic Droughts Drive Up Prices in Mexico and Brazil

Historic dry spells are straining life and business in the two countries, where presidents are aloof to climate change.

Smoke and flames rise from an illegally lit fire in the Amazon rainforest reserve in Brazil.

Only China Can End Brazil’s Climate Crisis

Deforestation is devastating the Amazon, but Beijing has the political and economic leverage to stop it.

Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman gives a press conference in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on Sept. 17, 2019.

Climate Policies Could Hand Power and Profits Back to OPEC

The Western rush to replace oil has Gulf producers laughing all the way to the bank.

A pedestrian walks in Taiwan.

Taiwan’s Governmental Overconfidence Keeps Creating Crises

An energy shortage threatens critical semiconductor supply lines as COVID-19 surges.

Two men talk after the end of the ExxonMobil annual shareholders meeting on May 28, 2008 in Dallas, Texas.

Can Elites Start the Climate Revolution?

Financial capital and the courts are quietly creating the conditions to stop global warming—if politics does its part, too.

Climate activists hold placards as they march from the offices of Royal Dutch Shell towards Parliament Square in London on Sept. 8, 2020.

Why Shaking Up Big Oil Could Be a Pyrrhic Victory

Cutting oil production creates new risks and may not speed climate progress—unless we ensure demand falls too.

Mexico City Imposes Restrictions To Cars Due to High Level of Air Pollution

Biden Should Pursue an Environmental Treaty for the Western Hemisphere

Latin American leaders have already made strides toward environmental protection. To achieve his own climate goals, Biden should cooperate with them.

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