Canary Wharf's Overnight Energy Waste Could Power 4,500 Homes a Year
VICE News analysis shows that, by leaving their lights on overnight, buildings in the financial district are also pumping 3,260 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year.
Oil Companies Are Building Pipelines Wherever They Want in Texas
"My clients don’t want the pipeline at all. Unfortunately, the way the eminent domain process works, often we're left to fight about the dollars."
A Strong US Economy Doesn’t Have to Mean a Worse Climate
A new report estimating the carbon emissions for 2018 shows they have risen for the first time in four years, in part due to the growing economy.
We Don't Mine Enough Rare Earth Metals to Replace Fossil Fuels With Renewable Energy
Rare earth metals are used in solar panels and wind turbines—as well as electric cars and consumer electronics. We don't recycle them, and there's not enough to meet growing demand.