Limiting warming to 1.5C is possible  if there is political will | Christiana Figueres
October 11, 2018

Christiana Figueres: The UNs climate change report shows every fraction of a degree matters but world governments now have the chance to deliver a safer future

The new 1.5C report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is a Continue reading

Canada: Trudeau on back foot as frustration builds over PM’s climate strategy
October 11, 2018

Several provinces unhappy with PMs national carbon tax, while green groups oppose government investment in fossil fuels

When Justin Trudeau swept into power in 2015, he pledged to make fighting climate change a top priority for his government.

Three years Continue reading

Fall of the ‘Frack Master’: apostle who briefed parliament lands in Texas jail
September 9, 2018

MPs and outlets including the Guardian listened to Chris Faulkner on fracking. He is now under arrest for fraud

The self-appointed evangelist of the Texas fracking boom launched into a jargon-laced monologue, prompting the chairman of the UK parliaments Continue reading

America spends over $20bn per year on fossil fuel subsidies. Abolish them | Dana Nuccitelli
August 16, 2018

Dana Nuccitelli: While we need to leave fossil fuels in the ground, America is giving the fossil fuel industry billions to extract more

Imagine that instead of taxing cigarettes, America subsidized the tobacco industry in order to make each pack Continue reading

Peak Earnings? Investors May Think So. Analysts Really Don’t
August 4, 2018

Worried earnings can’t get any better than they are now? Investors seem to be, with another impressive reporting season about to end and not much to show for it in stocks.

But one Wall Street constituency that usually shares the Continue reading