Will recent climate victories in the courtroom actually lead to steeper emission cuts?
W. Wayt Gibbs
Talk of carbon tariffs is getting serious. But so are complaints that they would be unfair, risky, and marginally effective.
The quickest flight path to decarbonizing aviation could be less air travel—but it also might be a lot more of it
Will it be another bubble, destined to burst—or a balloon that lifts us over the energy transition?
Will “peak beef” happen fast enough to achieve net-zero emissions by mid-century?
Change is happening in jolts, confounding expectations. Is that a cause for dread—or optimism?
Is this time for real?
Is now the moment for wartime-level investment in technologies that suck carbon out of thin air?
Turning sunlight into liquid fuels or hydrogen gas could address solar power’s biggest limitations
Tech companies are rapidly networking the environment in ways that will transform our perception of nature—just as social media reshaped our relationships with each other. What could possibly go wrong?