The popular narrative suggests that tackling methane emissions is the “low-hanging fruit” in the climate-solutions toolbox. The belief that turning off the taps on this “super-pollutant” could “buy us time” to address the climate crisis is widespread, shared by politicians, journalists, and even some scientists.
At least 1,300 employees of organizations representing fossil fuel interests registered to attend this year's United Nations climate talks in Dubai, more than three times the number found in an Associated Press analysis of last year's talks, as new rules took effect requiring attendees to disclose their employment.
Canada's ongoing political battle between climate action and the economic benefits of the oil and gas industry will be on full display today as the CEO of oilsands giant Suncor appears at a House of Commons committee.
Starting Saturday, July 1, 2023, the federal government's long-promised clean fuel regulations take effect across Canada. Here are five things to know about what they are, how they will affect you and why they are different from the carbon price.
Sweden's bid to join the NATO military alliance while a war rages in Ukraine and Russia deals with the fallout from a revolt set the stage on Monday for a meeting of Nordic leaders in Iceland, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in attendance.
Alberta's new climate plan drew criticism this week for its lack of interim emissions reduction targets, but proponents of carbon capture and storage technology say it's important to be realistic about how quickly major projects can be deployed.