Since 1965, over ⅓ of the world’s cumulative carbon emissions can be traced back to just 20 fossil fuel companies. Who are the biggest contributors?
Just 15 countries are responsible for almost three quarters of the world’s carbon emissions. But what does this look like per capita, and over time?
Visualizing the CO2 emissions saved by 56 of the Fortune 100 companies, expressed using the quantity of coal not burned.
This survey of over 1,000 Americans tells you what people actually believe about fracking, coal, climate change, and other hot button energy issues in the U.S.
Natural gas has the potential to bridge the gap between the current oil dominated energy mix and sustainable renewables. It’s cheap, abundant, and the cleanest fossil...