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A draft United Nations climate science report contains dire news about the warming of the planet, suggesting it will likely cross the key marker of 1.5 degrees Celsius, or 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit, of temperature rise in the 2040s, and that this will be exceedingly difficult to avoid.
The oil and gas industry has long tried to get rid of the BLM methane rule, and the Koch-funded Freedom Partners highlighted it on the group’s wish list of policies to eliminate.
After swearing off Teslas for years, Clarkson gave in and decided to review the Model X for his new show The Grand Tour, but this time he decided to play it safe. Extra, extra safe.
For long-time residents of Pittsburgh, seeing self-driving cars built by Uber, Argo AI, and others roam their streets is nothing new.
A major contributor to electric-car sales is the program under which buyers of new electric cars qualify for a federal income-tax credit of up to $7,500. But these tax credits are not unlimited.
” … The people who are going to be speaking in favor of this bill are all going to be paid by the industry …”
It might seem like every few years automakers and scientists raise the issue of increasing gasoline’s octane rating in order to make vehicles more fuel efficient and reduce emissions.
The United Arab Emirates, a model Persian Gulf petro-state where endless billions from crude exports feed a giant sovereign wealth fund, isn’t the most obvious customer for Texan oil.
Remember $4-a-gallon gasoline? It could be coming to a gas station near you, perhaps as soon as Memorial Day weekend.
The Jan. 14 sinking of the tanker Sanchi was the worst oil shipping disaster in decades. Here is a closer look at how Sanchi ranks among past tanker spills.