The White House and major American businesses may be converging on how to assess the damage caused to climate by greenhouse gas emissions.
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In what may be a prelude of the future urban market, a Detroit-based manufacturer named EcoV Electric is offering an electric vehicle for just under $12,000.
Apple customers could soon be able to plug their iPhones directly into a solar panel for power.
Study finds unchecked global warming would have ‘massive’ ramifications for the up to 870m poor people worldwide who rely on seas for food and livelihoods.
15 nations in southwestern Pacific sign statement calling on other countries for “the urgent reduction and phase down of greenhouse gas pollution.”
The ideal power source for recharging hydroelectric power pumped storage facilities would be cheap renewable sources that rely on intermittent fuel like sun and wind.
New report says solar arrays necessary to meet all the world’s projected energy needs in 2050 would cover under one percent of land area.
The EIA’s latest outlook does not paint a pretty picture. Coal use will expand, mostly from the developing world.
America’s House of Representatives passes a GOP amendment to the bill that blocks enforcement of new light bulb standards.
University of Melbourne researchers find Australia is much more likely to see extremely hot summers thanks to human-driven global warming.
The US Congressional Budget Office says delaying efforts to price carbon risks “catastrophic” losses for the United States’ economy and society