Trump has consistently given Saudi control of oil prices as the reason he doesn’t want to sanction the Saudi crown prince for Jamal Khashoggi's death.
For their own selfish reasons the Saudis may inadvertently be helping the world avoid the worst consequences of climate change.
The event also showcases the electric car industry’s scramble to roll out models that appeal to price-conscious but demanding Chinese drivers.
The propaganda against electric vehicles from Big Oil is relentless.
The word "emissions” is bland and means nothing to most people. Maybe a cruder choice can embarrass them into realizing the urgency of the global environmental crisis.
The country’s congress overwhelmingly passes the law on its second reading, aiming for 37,000 EVs in five years. Meanwhile, the U.S. Congress' tax bill promotes carbon-based energy.
The government of the world's second-largest economy is now creating incentive programs for companies to develop electric cars.
With China and India increasingly dedicated to pushing greener cars, the Asian market may drive the whole industry in that direction much faster than anyone expected.
Improved technology and falling costs are moving electric car sales into the fast lane as manufacturers are now able to achieve significant economies of scale.
Reporting for Truthdig from Paris, Sonali Kolhatkar speaks with migrant-rights activist Arturo Trejo about Wednesday's rally against the criminalization of migration.