CO2 emissions from burning natural gas for electricity in US will surpass those from burning coal – the globe’s chief climate polluter.
What if humans could invent a leaf-like solar cell that could turn carbon dioxide pollution from the atmosphere into fuel for electric power plants?
The US, Mexico and Canada to collectively generate 50% of their electricity from zero-carbon sources by 2025.
China can tap just 10 percent of its wind resources to supply more than a quarter of its electricity by 2030, according to an MIT study.
A new study says there’s another important benefit to renewables development: cost savings from cleaner air that saves lives.
China on Monday reported that its coal consumption dropped 3.7 percent between 2014 and 2015 as the country grapples with a struggling economy and urban air pollution.
There was a huge global spike in one of the most potent greenhouse gases driving climate change over the last decade, and the U.S. may be the biggest culprit.
Coal production in the U.S. has dropped to its lowest level in 30 years thanks in part to low natural gas prices and climate policies.
Electricity storage in large batteries is often cited as one solution, but scientists at Purdue University think they’ve found a better one — ”hydricity.”
Carbon emissions from cars, trucks, trains and airplanes could be reduced by half if cities worldwide widely adopt better public transit and EVs.