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The Future of Energy

By Adam Tooze

Daniel Yergin’s “The New Map” is a comprehensive look at the world of energy, its past, present and future.

How Carla Bruni-Sarkozy Has Perfected Zoom Lighting

By Bee Shapiro

The supermodel turned musician, and the former first lady of France, says that lighting is more important than makeup.

Polish oil firm signs up to 2050 climate neutrality goal

By FrΓ©dΓ©ric Simon

PKN Orlen, Poland's largest oil refiner and retailer, this week became the first oil company in central Europe to commit to climate neutrality by 2050, with plans to invest billions in energy efficiency, solar, wind, and hydrogen.

That Person Floating Over the East River Is Riding a $12,000 Water Toy

By Alyson Krueger

A cross between a surfboard and a Jet Ski, the eFoil can go as fast as 25 miles per hour — but only for 90 minutes at a time.

That Person Floating Over the East River Is Riding a $12,000 Water Toy

By Alyson Krueger

A cross between a surfboard and a Jet Ski, the eFoil can go as fast as 25 miles per hour — but only for 90 minutes at a time.

What the Oil Spill in Venezuela Tells Us About Its Politics

By Javier Corrales

The largest oil reserves and one of the world’s most incompetent governments have brought authoritarianism, economic collapse and environmental disaster to the country.

Up Is Down in This Fun Physics Experiment

By Kenneth Chang

The liquid levitates, and a boat floats along its bottom side.

Oil industry placing risky bet on plastics, report says

By admin

Big oil producers are pinning their future growth on the world's insatiable appetite for plastic, researchers said Friday (4 September), in a "bet" on society's failure to tackle disposable consumption that risks stranding billions of dollars in petrochemical investments.

Up Is Down in This Fun Physics Experiment

By Kenneth Chang

The liquid levitates, and a boat floats along its bottom side.

Arctic shipping study exposes flaws in planned fuel ban

By Sam Morgan

A proposed ban on polluting ship fuel in Arctic waters would only eliminate 5% of the most harmful climate-busting emissions due to a raft of waivers and exemptions, a new study warned on Thursday (3 September).

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