The Congo River is a long, arcing river with a basin that spans nine countries in West-Central Africa.
It’s largely coming from the royalties oil and gas companies pay the U.S. for extracting fossil fuels from offshore drilling on federal property.
Spain recently closed its 15 coal-fired plants with a capacity of 4.6 gigawatts (GW) and the country’s remaining coal-based electricity production capacity will be phased out by 2025.
Bill Gates issued a stark warning for the world: ‘As awful as this pandemic is, climate change could be worse’
Bill Gates has advocated for pandemic preparedness for years, and famously gave a TED talk in 2015 that warned of the potentially staggering death toll a worldwide pandemic could create.
The Railroad Commission is taking baby steps on the natural gas flaring issue, moving on Tuesday to simply adopt a set of industry recommendations that would put some weak sidebars around the abilities of companies to obtain and extend permits.
This year, cities’ existing tools to protect against climate change and extreme weather events could put citizens at higher risk of a third threat: COVID-19.
The bean-shaped wireless earbuds support active noise cancellation (ANC) technology, allowing users to tune out outside noise distractions.
Now that the summer months are in full swing, people are likely to take to their cars for a change of scenery and some fresh air.
U.S. will continue to invest in strategic partnership with India, says proposed Democratic Party Platform
The United States under a Joe Biden administration will continue to invest in strategic partnership with India, if he is voted to power.
Fish and other marine life may have to flee thousands of kilometers to escape damaging heatwaves, according to research published Wednesday, highlighting the scale of disruption caused by these increasing surges in ocean temperatures.