Yes, We Need to Talk About Cutting Energy Demand
By focusing only on energy supply, the world is ignoring some of the cheapest and quickest ways to fight the crisis.
Will Washington Invest in Its Neighborhood?
The June Summit of the Americas is an opportunity to unveil a more ambitious regional economic strategy.
The Climate Conversation No One Wants
It’s time to talk about managing the world’s likely overshoot beyond 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Biden Plans Big Pledge on U.S. Emissions Cuts
Washington wants to reclaim climate leadership and get other major countries to ramp up ambitions.
Our Amazing Clean Energy Future Has Arrived
The evidence of a great green wave is now overwhelming. And it will only get better.
China Is Building the Batteries of the Future
Tesla is the United States' only shot at critical new technology.
From Blackwater to Batteries
Erik Prince has moved beyond mercenary armies. His next project is mining minerals in Congo and Afghanistan to help power electric cars. It’s unlikely to help conflict-ridden countries—and could harm them.
Volvo Goes Electric: Is This the Beginning of the End for Gas-Powered Cars?
The Chinese-owned, Swedish carmaker is the first to swear off regular engines entirely.
Joe Biden On Confessions, Cars, and Holy Wagers
In unscripted moment at the Vatican, the U.S. veep seeks absolution not for betting on cars, but for losing.
VW Now Facing North of $60 Billion In U.S. Fines for Emissions Cheat
The FTC sued Volkswagen Tuesday for what could end up being $15 billion in fines.