Energy & Environment

Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico: What We Know

Divers searching for the origin of a substantial oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico — one of several spotted…

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Satellite Images Find Oil Spill in Gulf Left in Ida’s Wake

Cleanup crews are working to contain what experts called a substantial oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, according to…

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Bitcoin miners and oil and gas execs mingled at a secretive meetup in Houston – here’s what they talked about

Bitcoin enthusiasts, miners, and oil & gas execs gathered at a meetup in Houston to talk about the future of…

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After a Summer of Disasters, Some Lawmakers See a Chance for Climate Action

WASHINGTON — As the country reels from the cascade of deaths and devastation wrought by this summer’s record floods, heat…

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Ford Chairman Bill Ford’s vision of a greener auto industry is finally on the horizon

Ford Chairman Bill Ford speaks May 19, 2021 during the unveiling of the electric F-150 Lightning pickup truck outside the…

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Hurricane Ida damage boosts calls to rebuild with the infrastructure bill: CNBC After Hours

CNBC.com’s MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day’s top business news headlines. On today’s show, CNBC’s Ylan Mui reports on how…

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Widely used in the U.S., E10 gasoline is now being rolled out in Britain

An E10 petrol pump in Kettering, England, photographed on September 1, 2021. Joe Giddens | PA Images | Getty Images…

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Climate Change Is Bankrupting America’s Small Towns

FAIR BLUFF, N.C. — It’s been almost five years since Hurricane Matthew flooded this small town on the coastal plain…

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Germany’s politicians and industry need a ‘totally new way’ of collaborating to go green: BASF’s CEO

Politicians in Germany need to work with industry leaders if the country wants to succeed in reducing its carbon emissions,…

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Lack of Power Hinders Assessment of Toxic Pollution Caused by Ida

“But every time a storm hits, the dice is being rolled and there’s the potential that there could be some…

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