ENERGY

Can Dirty Crypto Turn Clean and Green?

Cryptocurrency mining consumes massive amounts of energy.

The Women Reshaping the C-Suite

This Sunday Magazine explores the surprising achievements of the woman-led corporate world across industries to look at the leaders of tomorrow — only you get to learn their names today.

India’s Dirty Arctic Energy Hunt

The world’s third-biggest polluter says it will surpass its Paris climate accord commitments.

Can Weird-Looking Planes Save the Planet?

The shape of passenger airplanes has remained largely the same since the 1950s.

OZY TV

Real Talk, Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

Asian Banks Dump Coal, Dashing Trump's Dreams

Most major coal financiers in Asia are pulling out of coal funding, leaving the future of America's export market bleak.

The Beauty Pageants Inspired by the Atomic Bomb

You see reminders of the bomb’s fad appeal every summer on the beach.

Can Nanoparticles Make Fossil Fuels Cleaner?

Groundbreaking science is fundamentally altering the debate around oil and gas.

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

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

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.

Post-Coal Europe Faces a Whole New Dilemma

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

OZY PODCAST

The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

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.

The Brilliant Female Brain Behind the Bomb

Lise Meitner is probably the most important researcher you’ve never heard of.

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