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Less windy Whoppers? Low-methane Burger King still involves some hot air

Whether showing off their burgers going mouldy due to lack of preservatives, making vegan Impossible Whoppers available across the US, or – most recently – using a whimsical, flatulence-focused commercial to tout new low-methane patties, Burger King’s effort to remake…


World’s largest oil firm agrees to carbon cuts to tackle climate crisis

The world’s biggest oil company, Saudi Aramco, has joined an alliance of oil companies to set the first industry-wide target to help tackle the climate crisis by setting carbon emissions goals. Saudi Arabia’s state oil giant has agreed to reduce…


Global oil demand could hit record growth rate next year, IEA warns

The world’s oil demand could climb at its fastest rate in the history of the market next year, and may reach pre-crisis levels within years, unless new green policies are adopted, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). The global…

Where is the greatest risk to our mineral resource supplies?

(US Geological Survey) Risk tool identified 23 mineral commodities whose supply poses the greatest risk, including those used in consumer electronics, renewable energy, aerospace, and defense applications.

Rep. Dan Crenshaw On Green New Deal: ‘Third-Grade Science Project’

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) did not let Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) get away with touting the radical Green New Deal on Thursday, simply asking the self-described democratic socialist why he did not vote for the measure when…