The outlook for U.S. hydrogen hubs: Who’s applying and what they could achieve
Hydrogen has garnered attention for its potential to play a key role in achieving full, global, economy-wide decarbonization.
Europe’s Net-Zero Industry Act: What does it mean for carbon capture and storage?
Four key measures the Net-Zero Industry Act provides for carbon capture and storage deployment in Europe.
EPA finalizes “Good Neighbor” Federal Plan to address interstate smog
The rule will reduce interstate ozone (also referred to as smog) pollution to improve air quality in downwind states.
A guide to monitoring and quantifying methane emissions from the oil and gas sector
More than a year after 110 countries signed onto the Global Methane Pledge at COP26 in Glasgow, nations are starting to make progress in enacting regulations to reduce methane emissions.
Europe needs an options-based climate strategy
EU policymakers need to formulate a new strategy if they want to meet net-zero targets on time.
Europe’s cross-border CO2 networks start to take shape
In December, the European Commission released a list of the 18 projects competing to be formally recognised as key pieces within the EU’s emerging infrastructure for the transport and storage of CO2.
The time is now: The Biden administration must adopt strict CO2 emission standards for the power sector
The problem of climate pollution from the power sector is so great that it demands both pushes and pulls.
Climate policy in 2023 and beyond: U.S. midterm election results, what they mean, and where we go from here
Amid this new political landscape, Congress must continue to advance durable and pragmatic policies on issues that matter to voters across party lines: improved air quality and lower emissions, improved public health, energy security, a stronger economy, and good jobs.