A small British company says it is on track to decarbonize the economy with an abundant, safe and cheap source of energy — eventually.
A Colorado community is building affordable housing that uses solar power to offset its carbon emissions, thanks to its location.
LNG is proving popular as a "bridge fuel" while countries transition from coal and oil to renewables.
There's a disconnect between the ongoing demand for fossil fuels and White House messaging about reaching net-zero emissions.
New fuels, new policies would be needed soon to meet the goal of net-zero carbon emissions by that date.
What do corporate pledges accomplish in the long run? And do they really work to bring about meaningful change?