Climate preservation issues must be solved along with development of economic sectors, the energy one in the first instance, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at the plenary session of the Russian Energy Week forum.
Pennsylvania, one of the biggest coal-producing states in the country, is inching closer to joining a regional carbon trading program to significantly reduce its carbon emissions — unless fossil fuel advocates and their legislative allies succeed in blocking the move and disrupting its energy transition.
The White House on Tuesday officially named Chicago water executive Debra Shore to head EPA’s Chicago-based Midwest office following unusually public lobbying over the position.
Western Europe’s largest oil and gas producer, Norway, will continue to develop its oil and gas industry, the incoming minority coalition government said in its platform on Wednesday.
The European Commission has said it will not require Albania to withdraw plans for a controversial law that would bring all online media under state supervision in order to open EU accession negotiations.
The national cattle herd will not be reduced as a result of climate change measures in coming years.
The European commission outlined measures on Wednesday the EU could use to combat surging energy prices, and said it would explore joint gas purchasing among countries as a way to cushion price spikes.
Scotland’s largest city — famous for deep fried Mars bars, club nights and sectarian soccer rivalry — is about to attract a network of global elites more comfortable gathering over champagne in Davos for the World Economic Forum.
Earlier this year a book was published outlining two possible scenarios for planet earth – the first paints a picture of the world if we successfully halve carbon emissions in this decade, the second imagines life if we fail to do this.
Crude oil imports into China fell by 6.8 percent over the first nine months of the year, to 387 million tons.