In October, Bill De Blasio, the mayor of New York City, will visit Buenos Aires with a political initiative that should be copied by every city participating in the Urban20 forum: to sue the oil companies for the damages caused by climate change.* Last Wednesday, the Big Apple sued Chevron Corp., BP, ConocoPhillips, [Read more]
Recently, President Trump formally signed a bill imposing sanctions on Russia, putting an end to a discussion that had lasted for several days. No matter the extent to which Trump did it because he had no other alternative or the extent to which Russia would be disappointed, the decision to carry out a new round of [Read more]
The mine that symbolizes the climate clash between Trump and the rest of the world will ... have fewer employees than a supermarket.
Trump’s aspiration to fundamentally change American politics is separated from reality.
Although Trump and the Republican Party have already obtained a historic victory, the path of the president going forward is not smooth.
In his speech on energy and (anti)-climate policy at the end of May, Trump boasted, “We’re going to bring back the coal industry, save the coal industry.”
US policymakers are walking away from coal and Australian policymakers should do the same.
America must exercise all available means of exerting pressure to prevent Saudi Arabia and Iran from continuing to flirt dangerously with war.
The president's rivals did everything they could to throw a wrench in his plans, and today dream of cutting his legacy to pieces.