Articles Related to Fossil Fuels
#115 - December 3 2023
Our Senior Editor David Kirkpatrick’s first dispatch from an eventful COP 28 in Dubai.
#114 - November 15 2023
The CEO of one of the world’s largest oil companies is due to lead the world’s most important climate summit, COP 28. How is that going to work out?
#113 - November 8 2023
Old and young Americans have generally diverging points of view but if younger people changed their attitude to one thing, it could change everything.
#112 - October 8 2023
The climate and capitalism are inextricably entwined, but surely in a bad way, right?
#108 - July 24 2023
Surprisingly, in the state that provides the bulk of US fossil fuel production, it’s not fossil fuels keeping the grid going this summer.
#107 Video - July 9 2023
People say the Chinese build a coal-fired power plant every day of the year, so why should the US do anything about climate change?
#106 - June 5 2023
We run down the four elements of climate change that led us on our journey of discovery.
#105 - May 24 2023
We do the math on the real cost of cleaning up carbon emissions.
#99 - February 28 2023
In a recent article, Barron’s laid out the facts: the ‘produce and pollute for free’ business model for Coke and Pepsi is not long for this world.
#98 - February 15 2023
This week we separate the climate change facts from ignorant fiction.
#96 - December 13 2022
New red state laws blackballing financial firms who don't back their political agendas are probably unconstitutional.
#93 - October 31 2022
Utility companies have been among the biggest polluters for decades – and they’ve done very little about it. What will it take to change them?
#92 - October 11 2022
PepsiCo was a lead corporate sponsor at last month’s Climate Week NYC 2022 and populated the conference with executives insisting that PepsiCo is a sustainability leader. But the reality is very different.
#91 - September 29 2022
As Ian trashes Florida, we look at the factors making hurricanes increasingly powerful and destructive.
Video - August 8 2022
In the first of a series of video conversations, Michael Sonnenfeldt explains how the MIT Climate Model works to solve the climate crisis.
#86 - July 4 2022
The US is still the second largest producer of carbon emissions in the world. However, there are many things we can do to counter our nation’s damage to the environment, beginning in our own homes.
#83 - May 18 2022
Is it possible that Sen. Joe Manchin is the hero we need right now? Banging Democrat and Republican heads together, negotiating a climate change Bill AND a fossil fuel energy Bill, what exactly is this bipartisan crusader up to?
#82 - May 12 2022
We like a tidy house here at The Climate Capitalist, so we are taking advantage of the present global volatility and uncertainty to clean up our Clean Energy portfolios. Today we share a few spring cleaning thoughts.