What if you could grow biofuels on land nobody wants, using just seawater and sunlight, and produce food at the same time?
Clean energy is growing again in the U.S. as investments in renewables increased in 2014 after a two-year decline.
There are fairly easy ways to dramatically slow our methane emissions — if we make the commitment to do so.
The odds that any climate agreement among the biggest greenhouse emitters will succeed became a little greater as China & U.S. commit to slash carbon pollution.
When we think of renewable energy, it’s easy to picture spinning wind turbines or rooftop solar panels. But what about bioenergy?
The Netherlands has found a way to refurbish existing buildings to net zero energy, within a week, with a 30-year builders’ guarantee and no subsidies.
New data shows a number of EU countries already hitting the 2020 renewable target. Meanwhile other countries such as the UK have a long way to go.