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Gauging Climate Change's Impact on Iceland
Researching the impact of climate change on Iceland is the focus of a 137-mile trek across the country by explorers from The Changing Earth. Team leader Aaron Doering explains what the team is learning and how they are educating local residents on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero.
Fossil Fuel Giants Are Trying to Clean Up Their Act
In Paris in December 2015, 195 countries agreed to a legally binding deal to reduce climate emissions. And now fossil fuel companies are having to bank on new methods to clean up their dirty processes.
Climate Change: Yep, Still Happening
Ten years after Al Gore's movie, the climate debate in the US has devolved into nonsense.
There's a "Last Ugly Chapter" for Crude Oil, and We Haven't Hit It Yet
Oil markets at least briefly appeared to be oversupplied by about 350,000 barrels of crude per day last week, based on an average of major investment bank estimates, according to Tom Kloza, global head of energy analysis at oil price information firm OPIS. However, even if crude supply moves...
The Risky Business of Oil and Gas in Texas
Small, poor towns in Texas were flooded with oil and gas workers just a few years ago, bringing a rush of business and prosperity to local economies. Then, seemingly just as soon as they appeared, they were gone again as oil prices tanked across the globe. This short film goes inside Dimmit County,...
Solar Plane Begins Journey Across the Atlantic
In a historic first attempt to fly around the world in a solar-powered plane, Solar Impulse 2 began its journey across the Atlantic after it took off from New York. The flight to Spain is expected to take pilot Bertrand Piccard four days non-stop.
The Federal Reserve's Impact on Oil Prices
If the panel increases the interest rate banks charge each other at its June 14-15 meeting, it would be only the second hike since the end of the global recession, and the value of the U.S. dollar on global markets would rise. In response, the price of many valuable commodities, including gold,...
Breaking Down Donald Trump's Energy Plan
Washington Examiner reporter Gabby Morrongiello analyzes Donald Trump's proposals laid out in North Dakota speech.
Chevron CEO John Watson on the Role of OPEC
Chevron CEO John Watson shares his thoughts on the role of OPEC in today's oil markets with WSJ√Ę??s Financial Editor Dennis Berman at a WSJ Viewpoints breakfast event.
Interview with Sen. Lisa Murkowski
Editor Bill Murray sat down with Senate Energy and Natural Resources Chairwoman Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) to discuss the bipartisan energy bill she helped craft. They discuss liquified natural gas (LNG) export permits, what it'll take in the conference committee to reconcile the Senate's version with...
Dennis Gartman: OPEC Is Dead
Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter discusses the latest action in the crude market and forecasts the eventual decline of oil as evidenced by new Saudi Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih over the weekend saying the long-term prospects for the fossil fuel are really bad and crude oil might be worth...
Laid-Off Coal Worker Speaks Out After Challenging Clinton
Bo Copley responds on 'Hannity' to comments made by the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Why Electric Cars May Be Dirtier Than You Think
Cars and trucks make up about 22 percent of U.S. climate pollution and 17 percent globally. Fighting climate change comprehensively will mean - gradually- reducing that to zero with new vehicle technology and clean power. Electric vehicles like those from Tesla could one day be the answer to truly...
Secretary Moniz: U.S. Must Keep Nuclear on Table to Achieve Low Carbon Future
U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz talks about the importance of nuclear power in the United States. ERNEST MONIZ: The President, and I agree--we need to keep nuclear on the table as an option, essentially a zero-carbon option, for the future. The challenge with nuclear power, at least...
Interview with Ronald Bailey
RealClearEnergy Editor Bill Murray sits down with Reason's Ronald Bailey to discuss energy, the climate, and what we can look forward to in the fall elections.
Tapping into the Ocean's Energy
The oceans generate enough energy for us to give up coal and gas completely, but no one has been able to harness it effectively. The Triton is a wave harvester that uses a novel design which may be the key to unlocking the power of the ocean.
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