Although respecting diverse viewpoints is good for business, companies register a dismal performance on a gauge of their tolerance of ideological diversity.
The bureaucracy begins to reveal the depths of its incompetence.
Congress beats up the FDA chief, fairly and unfairly.
As the Australian election results show, both the traditional Right and Left suffer at the hands of these unsatisfied activist-politicians
Ofgem has warned that the energy price cap will surge to £2,800 in October, piling even more pressure on already-strained household budgets.
The plan to put coal and oiled-fired power stations on standby is a sign Berlin is bracing for the worst
Suspending an HSBC executive for comments about climate change is an unjust response to pressure group criticism
The unveiling of a new cost of living support package today is not an attempt to distract from Sue Gray's damning report into the partygate scandal, the No 10 chief of staff has claimed.
Polluting companies are using sanctions as a pretext to roll back climate regulation, while Russian scientists cannot share critical equipment and data
South Africa, the world’s 13th-biggest source of greenhouse gases, will need to spend $250 billion over the next three decades closing down its coal-fired power plants and replacing them with green...
The UK hasn’t used coal in its power system for about three weeks, the longest run since mid-2020 when pandemic restrictions sapped demand for electricity.
The clash between the utility and state regulators exposes the political challenges in transiting global energy systems to clean power.
Gautam Adani, Asia’s richest man who built his empire on coal-led businesses, said the world’s headlong rush into “nascent” green energy solutions has undergone a correction after the ongoing war in...