The New + the Next

Can Nanoparticles Make Fossil Fuels Cleaner?

Groundbreaking science is fundamentally altering the debate around oil and gas.
The New + the Next

Flying Dirty: Why Airlines Emissions Rise Even When They Try to Cut

Airlines are increasing their carbon footprint despite cutting per-passenger emissions.
Around the World

Mozambique's Islamic Insurgency Spooks Global Gas Industry

The world's biggest gas firms want a piece of the East African nation, which boasts the world's largest offshore gas field.
News + Politics

Post-Coal Europe Faces a Whole New Dilemma

The continent's power plants are in need of something new to burn.

The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.
Around the World

Butterfly Effect: Russia's Coming After America's Shale

Russia and Saudi Arabia might appear to be the main protagonists of the oil price war that has bloodied markets this week.
True Stories

The Brilliant Female Brain Behind the Bomb

Lise Meitner is probably the most important researcher you’ve never heard of.
The New + the Next

How Solar Roads Could Make Transport Cleaner

Roads with photovoltaic panels instead of asphalt could be the future.
Around the World

The Oil Boom You Haven’t Heard Of

Azerbaijan — not Texas or Pennsylvania — was home to history’s most dizzying oil rush.
News + Politics

California Schools Fight Fire With the Sun

Solar storage is helping the Golden State's schools remain open — and safe — during wildfires.
The New + the Next

Wall Street Wolves Hunt for Their Next ‘Fangs’

Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google dominated stocks in the 2010s.

The Weekender

OZY Tribe members near and far provide delicious recommendations for your valuable weekend time.
The New + the Next

Can Oman’s New Ruler Maintain Legacy as Middle East’s Peacemaker?

The Arab world’s longest-serving ruler recently died, and many wonder whether the successor his follow in his conflict-resolving path.
Around the World

Lithium Isn’t the New Gold — Yet

It was supposed to be the most valuable mineral of the future.

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