The novel coronavirus commands the world’s attention, but underneath the pandemic, energy geopolitics are shifting. Last week, the Director of
Barbara Freese has been thinking about the environment for nearly her entire life. As an attorney, she witnessed how the
In 1929, U.S. stock markets crashed, scything personal fortunes and birthing the most devastating global economic depression since the 1870s-1880s.
Climate change may be the most intractable psychological-sociological challenge that humanity has ever encountered. It has been occurring for decades
Marriage is a non-binding contract. Each party is free to walk away from it. Its dissolution, however, always has consequences.
Numerous economic imbalances have defined Global North-South relations for centuries. Fossil fuels are one. Europe harnessed coal and the United
“The history of OPEC proves that there is no inherent contradiction between defending national interests (the role of nation-states as
The coronavirus (Covid-19) is upending two fundamental tenets of globalization: flow of people and goods and a booming Chinese economy.
The new decade saw intensified attention on global climate change. The World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Report 2020 linked climate
Gas contains more contradictions than perhaps any other energy source. It replaces coal and thus cleans the environment, on the
On February 3, the U.S. presidential campaign kicks off with the first Democratic Party primary in Iowa. The candidates all
The 2020s started with a geopolitical bang, as U.S. President Donald Trump launched a reckless drone strike against Qasem Soleimani,
Every year seems like the most important, and, in terms of energy, it is, as record amounts of carbon continue
Dan Drollette Jr., Deputy Editor at the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, recently wrote a highly engaging, expansive piece for
In January 2019, I embarked on the journey of reading and reviewing a new energy book every month, so it