A rogue geoengineering startup sparks worry
Make Sunsets is sending balloons filled with sulfur dioxide into the stratosphere. Is it performance art, or a new era for geoengineering?
Are oil & gas majors abandoning clean energy?
As supermajors lean into extraction and slow investments in renewables, we make sense of the market shift.
More 2023 trends: EVs, onshoring, and the three ages of decarbonization
Part two of our conversation on the biggest trends in climatetech with Nat Bullard.
2023 trends: biomass, ESG, batteries and more
Part one of a conversation with Nat Bullard, who delivers us a monster slide deck on the biggest trends in climatetech.
Strong opinions on SMRs
New nuclear construction in the U.S. is facing challenges. Shayle talks to one nuclear tech CEO about what we can do about it.
A surprising history of gas stove pollution
A half-century of research on gas stoves shows they are equivalent to living in a house with second-hand smoke.
What hydrogen leakage means for the climate
Leaked hydrogen may have more atmospheric warming potential than previously thought. Does that change how we should use hydrogen in the energy transition?
A new catalyst for the smart home: electrify everything
The energy-smart home has failed to live up to futuristic visions. What model will finally emerge in the era of electrification?
Mailbag episode! Biotech, layoffs, battery recycling and more
In this ‘ask me anything’ episode, Shayle answers the questions you sent in.
The greasy truth behind sustainable aviation fuels
Can used cooking oil really decarbonize the aviation industry?