Comments Off on Oil giants are waking up to carbon bubble risks
Statoil releases a “climate roadmap” as Shell warns that public faith in fossil fuel industry is disappearing.
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Oil giants are waking up to carbon bubble risks
Comments Off on The compelling case for creating a nation of microgrids
We so take the electricity infrastructure for granted that we fail to recognize it as a potent public policy tool for economic revitalization. Of all large infrastructures in the United States, nothing is more poised for transformative change, with a host of long- and short-term benefits, as today’s electricity delivery system — not roads, not information technology, not oil, coal and natural gas, not entertainment, not retail, not housing construction, not healthcare.
The compelling case for creating a nation of microgrids
Sure pipelines are good for oil companies, but what about jobs related to preserving nature and culture?
Oil pipelines destroy jobs, too
Comments Off on With a record $1.4 trillion in sustainability assets, investors bail on fossil fuels
Giant funding for clean technology, paired with the plummeting prices of renewables, paint a bright picture for a low-carbon energy future.
Comments Off on Episode 50: Overhauling oil; Congress and climate risk
Up this week on the GreenBiz 350 podcast: A dispatch on the future of renewable energy and a look at the oil and gas industries in a climate-constrained world.
Comments Off on How the oil and gas industry can help save the world
Royal Dutch Shell, SABIC and Dow/DuPont are already making strategic moves.
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How the oil and gas industry can help save the world
Comments Off on Alaska: An oil state at the front lines of climate change
How does a state built on fossil fuels come to grips with a turning tide in energy?
Comments Off on Why big oil needs to integrate — or disintegrate
The “supermajors” will have to make some drastic financial changes if they don’t want go the way of the dinosaur.
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Why big oil needs to integrate — or disintegrate
When it comes to the global energy transition, don’t bank on an overnight overhaul.
Breakthroughs aren’t built in a day
Comments Off on U.K. plans to cut investments in high-carbon energy
New investment in fossil fuel-based energy infrastructure for the U.K. is expected to plummet within five years — but investment in low-carbon energy won’t fare much better.
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U.K. plans to cut investments in high-carbon energy