The question BP didn't answer: How?
The British oil giant sent shock waves through the industry by announcing plans to be carbon neutral. That raises a question that might take years to answer: Can it succeed and still be an oil company?
Emissions were flat in 2019 — but don't cheer, analysts say
Fatih Birol saw it as "welcome news." Global carbon dioxide emissions last year remained flat, stuck at 33 gigatons, even as the world economy grew 2.9%.
N.H. voters are worried about climate. Will they turn out?
KEENE, N.H. — Katelyn Fournier is the sort of voter whom climate hawks are banking on this year.
An oil company wants to take CO2 from air. Here's why
Occidental Petroleum Corp., the Texas shale titan, is trying to transform itself into a "carbon manager." In the past two years, it has invested in an array of enterprises aimed at cutting carbon from factories, power plants and the atmosphere itself.
Lawmakers advance raft of ambitious climate bills
In 2018, the Massachusetts Senate unanimously passed a proposal to put a price on carbon and boost renewables. But when the legislation finally emerged from the Beacon Hill sausage maker, only the renewable energy provisions remained.