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?
IPCC hails natural gas as transition fuel – but a new study shows potential leakage could mean natural gas will only increase emissions.
IPCC urges immediate action on adapting to climate change, but governments and media seem poorly equipped to deliver that dire message to the public.
Renewables are driving the development of energy storage systems worldwide, but before they are able to catch on the public perception must change.
Pew study shows China is the world leader in clean energy investment for the second year running, as global renewables investments continue to shrink.
Infrastructure that Americans rely on to heat their homes and power their lights are all becoming more exposed to failure in a changing climate.
New US EPA standards mean that 90% of the power plants expected to shut down by 2020 will actually be shut down by 2016.
Most of the cities that have hosted the winter olympics would not be able to do so again in a warming world.
For the first time in three years, U.S. carbon dioxide emissions related to energy increased in 2013 as coal replaced gas.