How many people have traded their car for a bike-share bike? That’s where the certainty ends about how bike-sharing programs benefit the climate.
A new study says the State Department may have underestimated the Keystone XL pipeline’s CO2 emissions by as much as four times.
World Nuclear Industry Status Report concludes nuclear industry is aging, plagued with high costs and construction delays, and generally on the decline.
In March this year, Texas produced more wind power in a given moment than ever before, according to a new Energy Information Administration report.
Abandoned wells across the country may be leaking methane and could be a bigger source of climate changing greenhouse gases than previously thought.
The Obama administration’s long-waited rules on power emissions unveiled, meaning that nearly every state in the US will have significant reduction targets.
Cornell University study says oil and gas development need to be cut back immediately to avoid a “global catastrophe”.
New DoE report shows that the Grand Canyon and other major gorges and rivers across US may be ideal for hydropower development.
How feasible is it for carbon capture and storage to be implemented globally on such a wide scale that it helps to vastly reduce greenhouse gas emissions?
Anyone living in Oklahoma who installs solar panels will soon be charged a fee for the right to do that while still being connected to the local power grid.