While climate change may increase the occurrence of malaria, the effect can be almost completely offset by adopting control strategies
Solar power meets a tiny fraction of the world's electricity needs today, but that could change in the next decade, according to the International Energy Agency
Providing feedback on energy use can actually backfire with some Republicans, causing them to increase consumption
New batteries might help lure the American masses to the electric car
Climate change has made nights warmer in India over the past decade, an ominous sign for the nation's vital rice crop
Scientists attempt to harness the power of microbes to produce electricity and fuels
The Arctic has warmed twice as fast as the rest of the globe thanks in part to melting sea ice, a new study finds
EPA's first National Building Competition will pick a winner that makes further strides in energy efficiency
Electric cars could cut greenhouse gas emissions if used properly. So how will people use them?
Climate change is already affecting U.S. and other industrial nations' public health, according to a new government report
Spring is coming earlier, and nature is scrambling to keep up
A new report finds weed resistance to pesticides growing alongside genetically engineered crops--highlighting a need for better farming practices
Scientists attempt to understand how human ancestors adapted--or not--to previous periods of climate change
Texas has harnessed the wind to provide at times more than 20 percent of its electricity. How did the Lone Star State do it?
Inuit communities that have long paid close attention to the climate have said Arctic weather patterns are shifting--and scientists say they are right
Scientists argue a new approach is needed to reverse an eroding confidence in climate science among the general public
Some economists charge that the U.S. government is lowballing the cost of greenhouse gases in new regulations
Advanced transmissions, efficient engines and some smaller cars represent one strategy that would help an automaker meet the nation's first-ever greenhouse gas standard
Greenpeace is accusing one of the U.S.'s largest conglomerates of sowing confusion around scientific assertions behind climate change
A better-yielding variety of corn that has been genetically modified is coming to sub-Saharan Africa, but can it stave off hunger?