Census finds that even just the U.S. solar installation sector employed 77 percent more people than the coal mining industry.
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California State Assembly votes 51-26 to pass landmark bill that would boost renewable energy and make buildings twice as efficient as before.
On Monday the EPA released its proposed rule to limit the amount of carbon pollution that existing power plants can dump into the atmosphere.
Sea ice extent in the far north of the Arctic dipped to record low levels in February.
Oklahomans will soon be paying less for their electricity because the local utility decided wind power was the cheapest option.
If there is something the world’s major financial institutions can agree on, it’s that reducing carbon emissions can be good for the financial sector.
British consumers will now be able to buy solar panels at their local Ikeas. But there’s no attached instruction manual.
If business understands that climate change is a threat, then what are these big corporations doing about it?
The five oddest things Administrator McCarthy and Secretary Moniz heard from House Republicans at Wednesday’s climate hearing in Washington.
GE’s new line of Brilliant 1.6-100 and 1.7-100 wind turbines demonstrate that reliable, steady wind energy is becoming a real thing.