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What's a "carbon border adjustment mechanism," and what does it mean for U.S. exports?
The EU already imposes an environmental charge on EU-made goods. Its new plan would assess the same charge on imports.
E-bikes are soaring in popularity, but some still have reservations
"I find myself looking at the other bikers going slowly and going ‘just get out of my way,’" says Ian Bogost, contributing writer at The Atlantic.
Fracking flourishes as era of net-zero carbon looms
The energy industry is emphasizing the controversial technique over traditional drilling, partly for its shorter timetable.
The private jet business is bigger than you think
While reducing carbon emissions is an urgent issue, private jet flights have only increased since the pandemic.
Alaska Airlines, Microsoft and carbon capture firm join forces to develop sustainable fuels
Sustainable aircraft fuel is tricky — electric batteries and biofuels have big drawbacks. A startup is converting carbon dioxide into jet fuel.
Can The New American Home inspire builders to go green?
The house with three kitchens, a 12-nozzle shower for two and a tiled washing station for one lucky dog is designed as a "net-zero" energy home.
Firms race to liquefy more natural gas as global demand soars
LNG is proving popular as a "bridge fuel" while countries transition from coal and oil to renewables.
There isn't enough space for all of the trees companies want to plant
By one estimate, the pledges out there already would require a forest five times the size of India.
How does a cap and trade system for carbon emissions work?
It's a market-focused alternative to carbon taxes.
The developing world needs more private investment to reach climate goals
It needs more public investment, too.