Biden is looking for other paths to lower rising gas prices without sacrificing his promise to combat climate change.
According to a recent report, Russia made nearly $100 billion in fossil fuel exports during the first 100 days of the war in Ukraine.
Russia's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said Saturday that the country has "alternative sales markets" for oil exports "where we are already increasing sales."
Making EVs generally involves more air emissions than making conventional vehicles, primarily because producing large battery packs is energy intensive.
"Fossil fuel exports are a key enabler of Russia's military buildup and brutal aggression against Ukraine," the report read.
It is Mike Cannon-Brookes' goal to use technology and investment to replace ageing coal dependency.
The spiraling cost of homeownership has been a big subject in the past few years, but less discussed is the rising cost of car ownership.
When you look at the facts, the clean energy revolution is actually accelerating in Puerto Rico.
U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) tankers are sailing to the relief of Europe as the latter faces perhaps its direst energy crisis in recent history.
As the demand for energy rises, miniaturized nuclear power plants could be a climate-friendly new source. But some critics aren't so sure
Fossil fuel company Enbridge admitted that, due to climate change, its pipeline has only 19 years left—and uses that short timeline to justify raising prices.
President Joe Biden to use 50 million barrels of oil from America's strategic reserve in an attempt to lower the high gas prices across the country.
On November 1, Biden urged nations to "seize the moment" to act on climate change at the COP26 leaders summit in Scotland.
Greta Thunberg warned of a "tsunami of greenwashing" to frame the deal as "a step in the right direction."
It is the final day of the COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow as countries struggle to reach a deal on ending fossil fuel usage. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
A group of 13 lawmakers are urging President Biden to keep the line running to prevent further disruption and possible rising energy bills.
It pays to oppose popular progressive programs: Big Business says yes to Democratic lawmakers who say no.
Of the top 25 biggest climate obstructors, 10 are based in the U.S.
At the U.N. climate conference, Chinese climate negotiator Xie Zhenhua spoke about why the nation is so reliant on fossil fuels.
The poll showed that 84 percent of Democrats and 29 percent of Republicans think that global efforts towards climate change are "too little."
Abby Leedy, 20, accused the West Virginia senator of avoiding having a meeting with climate activists.
Porter challenged the oil executives on whether they supported a pause of new oil and gas leases on federal land.
The announcement comes after a hearing examining their alleged efforts to spread disinformation about the impact of fossil fuels on the climate.
The situation highlights issues the U.S. might face when transitioning from traditional energy sources.
The world's largest oil companies will answer questions before Congress on their alleged efforts to obscure the role of fossil fuels in global warming.
As a member of the Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies subcommittee, Frankel sits privy to conversations concerning Department of Energy funding.
Manchin and Sanders have clashed in public statements amid divisions among Democrats around the $3.5 trillion infrastructure and social spending bill.