#27 - October 3 2020

China is responsible for 27% of yearly global greenhouse gas emissions but President Xi Jinping just proclaimed his country will reach net zero carbon emissions by 2060. In MEMO 27, we investigate whether China is for real on climate.

#26 - September 26 2020

Batteries will play a crucial role in our ability to achieve a net zero emissions global economy, so any innovation in battery technology is big news. And, as we explain in MEMO 26, Tesla’s Battery Day announcements were very, very big indeed.

Video - September 17 2020

There are over a billion cars on the world’s roads, belching pollutants and contributing to climate change. But the road ahead is far cleaner. This week we take a look at the future of the car.

#25 - September 11 2020

Panacea or expensive dead-end? This week, in MEMO 25, we explore the benefits and many uses, but also the costs involved, in creating Green Hydrogen.

#24 - September 3 2020

The United States is the second largest producer of carbon emissions in the world. This week, in MEMO 24, we explore what each of us can do in our own homes to help reduce our nation’s damage to the environment.

#23 - August 20 2020

One country is blessed with abundant sunshine, fast flowing rivers and miles of windy coastline. In this week’s MEMO 23, we unearth the nation primed to be the next global clean energy superpower.

#22 - August 12 2020

Can giant wind turbines provide clean power for the U.S. economy or is this just a Quixotic fantasy? In MEMO 22 this week, we dig deep into the details and interrogate the potential of wind-generated power.

#21 - August 3 2020

Investors are coming to realize there is far more to Tesla than just cars. In this week’s MEMO 21, we take a look at Tesla through Elon Musk’s prophetic eyes and discover his grand vision for Tesla as a global leader in sustainable energy.

#20 - July 29 2020

This week we analyze Joe Biden’s election plan for the Climate. We scrutinize the costs, examine where the money goes and probe where votes maybe won or lost.

#19 - July 21 2020

From farm to table, 1 kg of beef belches 60 kg of green house gas. So the switch from meat to plant based foods is on. Today, we look at the benefits and the major players.

Video - July 13 2020

The Trump Administration promised to favor industry over the environment - and in this video we itemize the litany of ways it has delivered on that commitment.

#18 - June 29 2020

Chesapeake Energy, once the second largest natural gas producer in the US, has filed for bankruptcy. Today, in MEMO 18, we detail the factors that are contributing to the collapse of the entire US fracking industry.

#17 - June 19 2020

In this week’s MEMO 17 we take a look at an intriguing current stock market trend: soaring sustainable stocks and the desire among investors, large and small, to embrace a sustainable energy future.

- June 15 2020

While progress has been made, the main producers of fossil fuels (and businesses that rely on their products) have resisted change. In this special report, Doug outlines the efforts of investors who are pressuring the largest emitters to reduce emissions.

#16 - June 12 2020

While most major oil and gas companies are committed to redefining and reinventing themselves, one major player is belligerently refusing to change. In this week’s MEMO 16 we expose this company’s actions and its refusal to take the climate crisis seriously.

#15 - May 27 2020

Costs are plunging so fast in the Renewable Energy sector, there is no longer a case for coal. In this week’s MEMO 15 we lay out the powerful evidence.

#14 - May 18 2020

There’s a truck coming that’s lighter, more powerful, faster to charge, emits no carbon and has far greater range compared to an EV battery powered truck. Read how this hydrogen powered innovation is going to revolutionize the trucking industry in our MEMO 14.

#13 - May 11 2020

Barron’s, the respected and trusted resource for the investment community, recently published an article that was bullish on oil. This weekend they printed an admonishing letter in response from our Editor in Chief. Read it in MEMO 13 this week.