On April 4, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) celebrated its 70th birthday in Washington in rather ho-hum fashion. The
You’d think that a culture woven through with intimations of apocalypse would know how to receive news of environmental alarm.
In a 2011 report, the International Energy Agency (IEA) asked a provocative question: are we entering a golden age of
Within the last two years, governments across Europe have pledged to rid their power sectors of coal. In January 2018,
Nuclear power may be the world’s most contentious energy source. Some believe it is the only answer to our climate
As the clock ticks to March 29, the deadline for the United Kingdom to reach a deal to exit the
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At the office tower where I worked, colleagues propped open lobby doors when they went outside to smoke so that
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Many of us are hoping for a calmer year in geopolitics in 2019, but experience tells us that is unlikely.
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At least the battle lines are no longer fuzzy. In advance of the 24th meeting of the Parties to the
Shipping drives the global economy and nurtures the fossil fuel-dominated global energy system. Oil-powered ships account for over 80% of
This article is the third of a three-part series on how artificial intelligence is already shaping the global energy system
This article is the second of a three-part series on how artificial intelligence is already shaping the global energy system