Can a coal state really make the transition to solar PV? That may depend on who’s funding which politicians.
Boulder will become the first city in the US to buy back its grid to support more clean energy and reduce carbon emissions. Other cities are sure to follow.
NY Governor plans a billion-dollar “green bank”, a 10-year expansion of his solar program, and a cleantech “czar” to oversee the efforts.
The US solar industry’s record installation rate has continued through 2012, with one analyst describing it as the ‘opening act’ for a Q4 boom.
New analysis has found that 68% of companies in the Global 100 list have targets to lower emissions and/or purchase clean energy.
New analysis shows rich countries spent $58bn on fossil fuel subsidies in 2011 – roughly five times the spend on climate aid in developing countries.
Global mining giant’s coal chief talks climate risk, extreme weather, the absolute ceiling on GHG emissions and thermal coal’s inevitable decline.
President Obama won’t push button on a carbon tax, despite oil and gas giant Exxon Mobil voicing its support.
Climate change enters the US presidential campaign as New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg endorses Obama.
In the latest installment of the Actually… video series, W. Kamau Bell explains why he hates science, just like Mitt Romney.