Inside Fatih Birol's Push to Transform the IEA
Fatih Birol has elevated the stature of the 50 year-old institution—though not everyone is happy with its focus on clean energy.By Justin Worland/Paris
Michael Regan Wants to Advance Environmental Justice
From broken water infrastructure to billion-dollar funds, Michael Regan is on a mission for lasting change.By Justin Worland
Why Some Companies Are Doubling Down on Climate Action
The market is shifting, and, no matter what retail consumers do, big companies increasingly want to buy green.By Justin Worland
Globally, Economies Are Growing While Emissions Are Dropping
New analyses show that carbon emissions are diverging from economic growth in many countries.By Justin Worland
Why Companies Shouldn’t Ignore ESG Amid Investor Skepticism
For the first time last quarter, investors around the globe pulled more from ESG funds than they put in.By Justin Worland
Can Rental EVs Survive After Hertz's Shift Back to Gas Cars?
Hertz's electric vehicle pullback is a reminder of the importance of consumer education.By Justin Worland
The Lesson From BYD's EV Takeover: Don't Discount China
The significance of the rise in the Chinese auto industry as part and parcel of the energy transition is hard to understate.By Justin Worland
Is Democracy Good for Climate Change?
2024 is the world's biggest election year. The need for climate action vs. widespread apathy toward it shows climate's democracy problem.By Justin Worland
6 Climate Stories to Watch in 2024
From the U.S. election to climate disclosure rules, climate will be increasingly relevant to businesses this year.By Justin Worland
Climate Finance Will Be Key in 2024
Financing new technologies can prove difficult even in less-complicated economic times. But recent developments present an opportunity.By Justin Worland
The Message COP28 Just Sent the Business World
Now that COP28 has wrapped, it’s useful to ask: what is the market signal that emerged in Dubai?By Justin Worland / Dubai
How Oil-Rich Countries Can Quit Oil
Gustavo Petro, Colombia's president, is positioning the country as a case study for how state built on fossil-fuel wealth can decarbonize.By Justin Worland / Dubai
COP28 Is a Business Bonanza. Should It Be?
COP28 participants are having to grapple with the question of whether, and how, corporations fit into the annual climate talks.?By Justin Worland / Dubai
Al Gore on Al Jaber: 'Brazen Conflict of Interest'
Al Gore speaks to TIME about the fossil fuel industry at COP28, saying the world has "run out of patience for these kind of games."By Justin Worland / Dubai
Why Tackling Climate Change Through Consumption May Be Harder Than It Seems
At a TIME Talks discussion at COP28, panelists discussed why sustainable consumption is hard to achieve.By Justin Worland / Dubai
The COP28 Outcomes Business Leaders Are Watching For
The climate negotiations can move the market over time, and it’s worth paying attention to the signal that emerges from Dubai.By Justin Worland/Dubai
What Sultan Al Jaber's Oil Lobbying Means for COP28
Al Jaber has used his position as COP28 president to lobby for oil deals. That makes his job leading the U.N. climate talks much harder.By Justin Worland
Can Business and Climate Leaders Speak the Same Language?
COP28 success may hinge on bridging the gap between business and climate leaders.By Justin Worland
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