International Energy Agency

Report: World’s coal use creeps to new high in 2022 – Associated Press

Photo: A bucket wheel excavator is mining coal at the Garzweiler open-cast coal mine with wind turbines in the background in Luetzerath, Germany Coal use across the world is set to reach a new record this year amid persistently high demand for the heavily polluting fossil fuel, the International Energy Agency said Friday. The Paris-based

Opinion

Opinion: Hypocrisy Abounds at Climate Summit – Inside Sources

Every year, global climate summits feature a parade of hypocrisy as the world’s elite arrive on private jets to lecture humanity on cutting carbon emissions. The current U.N. climate summit in Egypt offers more breathtaking hypocrisy than usual because the world’s rich are zealously lecturing poor countries about the dangers of fossil fuels — after devouring massive

Climate Change

Optimism from climate talks: Warming projections down a bit

With pledges for a United Nations climate conference, the world may be ever so slightly receding from gloomy scenarios of future global warming, according to two new preliminary scientific analyses Thursday. The two reports — one by the International Energy Agency and the other by Australian scientists — focused on optimistic scenarios. If all goes

Opinion

Opinion: Critical Mineral Supplies Challenge our Energy and National Security

Energy security has long been viewed through the lens of the oil barrel. In fact, the International Energy Agency (IEA) was founded in 1974 following an oil crisis that saw rationing and global economic disruption. But as the world moves to renewable energy and an electric vehicle (EV) future, energy security is changing as well.