Many of us are hoping for a calmer year in geopolitics in 2019, but experience tells us that is unlikely.
Dynamic market, geopolitical, and technological forces make the global energy system impossible to predict. As a net consumer and importer
At least the battle lines are no longer fuzzy. In advance of the 24th meeting of the Parties to the
New report on Sea Level Rise and Climate Change challenges the alarming predictions of 21st century sea level rise. “Antarctica
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
Photo: Antonio Scorza / Shutterstock Ed Atkins, University of Bristol It is perhaps a cruel irony that, on the same
This article is the second of a three-part series on how artificial intelligence is already shaping the global energy system
On 6 November 2018, Americans will go to the polls to render their judgment on the performance of the Trump
This article is the first of a three-part series on how artificial intelligence is already shaping the global energy system
A firefighter runs after trying to save a home in Lakeport, California, suffering its biggest fires ever. AP Photo/Noah Berger
Everyone “knows” that nuclear is expensive. We also know that existing reactors produce clean electricity very cheaply. So which is
Human agency enjoys the pole position in explaining historical phenomenon. From the genius of Napoleon, Churchill, and Roosevelt to the
Crude oil transit is the wild card of the global energy system. Oil producers and consumers act in mostly predictable,
What is the most dangerous nuclear power plant? Fukushima? Chernobyl? The answer is neither. It is the one closed prematurely.