The FT sheds light on the surprising bottleneck in the renewable energy sector, revealing how overwhelmed grid operators are becoming an obstacle to the worldwide energy transition.
From Berlin to Brussels, the night train renaissance gathers speed with the new European Sleeper
Emmanuel Macron heralded a ban on short flights within France with a celebratory tweet this week, the NYT reports. But the measure is riddled with caveats and critics claim it will have little effect.
By 2100, almost 2 billion people could be living with average annual temperatures of over 29 degrees, according to a new report. The Post looks at the implications for those in particularly hot spots.
German police swoop on Last Generation climate activists
German police raided properties across the country as part of a probe into the Last Generation activist group. Some members are suspected of helping to support a criminal organization, DW reports.
Following years of environmental destruction in the Niger Delta, fossil fuel giant, Shell, faces the prospect of a trial. Is legal action enough to make amends? Prospect Magazine takes a closer look.
‘It’s just crazy’: How the U.S.-China energy race imperils the climate fight
China's dominance of the green tech economy is causing headaches for Joe Biden and his climate agenda. Politico explains why the friction could slow the adoption of clean energy around the globe.
Who said recycling was green? It makes microplastics by the ton
New research suggests that recycling facilities convert up to 16 per cent of incoming waste into microplastics. In the U.S., that's the equivalent of 29,000 dump trucks filled with toxic particles.
The world is likely to experience new record temperatures in the next five years, sending us into “uncharted territory”, according to the World Meteorological Organization. The Guardian reports.
A crucial climate technology provokes fears in oil country
US chemical companies are rushing to claim $12 billion in subsidies on offer to story huge amounts of greenhouse gases underground. However, there is a major flaw in the program, as Politico reports.
Coffee lovers have long been obsessed with the arabica coffee bean. But as the Post reports, climate change is shifting fortunes, with the bulkier robusta plant faring better in a warming world.
Deadly Cyclone Mocha hits Bangladesh and Myanmar
At least six people have died in Myanmar and more than 700 were injured after a cyclone struck the country. Sky assesses the havoc wreaked on Myanmar and neighboring Bangladesh by the powerful winds.