No More Trans-Atlantic Love Fest as Biden Heads to Europe
Europe and the United States were never going to be the reunited couple in a geopolitical rom-com.
How the Data Revolution Will Help the World Fight Climate Change
Cities are the proving ground for potent new tools to address the crisis.
Winter Is Coming, and It’s Only a Preview
The world’s energy crunch will have indirect effects for years to come. The question is: How bad will things get?
How Will Moscow Use Its Energy Leverage Over Europe?
The Kremlin holds one of the keys to resolving Europe’s energy crisis.
The Australian Climate Change Paradox, Unpacked
Australia is uniquely vulnerable in a warming world. So why have successive governments refused to act?
The West Still Needs Russia’s Energy
Hopes of defanging Moscow through alternative energy have faded.
Humanity’s Unhappy Experiment
Understanding how the climate crisis unfolded can help us reverse course.
In Global Energy Crisis, Anti-Nuclear Chickens Come Home to Roost
In virtually every country that has closed nuclear plants, clean electricity has been replaced with dirty power.
Why India Can’t Wean Itself Off Coal
Those who see India as a climate boogeyman are holding it to a standard they would never apply to themselves.
The Real Reasons Behind China’s Energy Crisis
Cheap pricing and too much coal are leaving Chinese in the dark.
Is Europe’s Energy Crisis a Preview of America’s?
Europe has itself to blame for shortages and spiking prices, but Washington is copying many of its policies.
Why Xi’s Coal Pledge Is a Big Deal
With China out, there’s little investment left for global coal projects.
What’s Causing the U.K. Fuel Crisis?
One part Brexit and one part coronavirus have derailed Britain’s transportation system—and given the government a huge headache.
Why This Energy Crisis Is Different
Climate change and the policies to curb it lie behind skyrocketing gas, coal, and electricity prices in Europe and Asia.
Why Is Aluminum So Expensive Right Now?
A coup in Guinea, one of the world’s top bauxite producers, has spooked an already jittery market.
China and the United States Could Sabotage EU Emission Efforts Again
Brussels needs to fight to defend its carbon-border policy.
Japan Is the Middle East’s Most Credible Player
Tokyo’s long-standing, quiet diplomacy has built trust Washington lacks.