His wife, a Microsoft business program manager, was reported missing Tuesday while the Seattle couple was vacationing in Hawaii.
(Bloomberg) -- At least five of America's coal producers went bankrupt in 2019. Prices for the fossil fuel have plunged 40% since a 2018 peak. And some of the nation's largest miners are retrenching and slashing their dividends. But don't be mistaken: The fight against climate change hasn't killed off Coal Country yet.Instead of pouring money into dividends and buybacks, the nation's largest coal producers say they're hoarding cash to weather what they see as an impermanent storm. Overall, the industry returned more than $1 billion to investors last year before retrenching. The goal this year: Be ready to start mining again and paying dividends at the first sign of a market revival....
Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier is one of the most closely watched pieces of ice on Earth. And scientists are warning about signs of climate change.
The amount of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, that comes from burning fossil fuels is much higher than thought, a new study suggests.
Leishenshan hospital was hailed a modern marvel when it was built in just 12 days. However, its promise of 1,600 hospital beds is so far unfulfilled.