Because President Barack Obama is more likely to act to curb global warming, New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg offers his endorsement
Using a small team of scientists from diverse disciplines, the U.S. Department of Energy hopes to develop innovative ways to cut energy use
The Energy Innovation Hub is trying to understand how buildings squander their energy-saving potential
A new "Green City, Clean Waters" plan aims to address water and climate issues, but it is not inspiring much brotherly love among some
There are more factories churning out batteries than cars or other devices to put them in, suggesting future failure
New software aims to help buildings be more energy efficient no matter what the weather is
Europe's highest court will rule on whether E.U. climate policy applies to airplanes from overseas
A report urges the federal research to empower local governments to better prepare for weather-related disasters
Groceries and supermarkets are attempting to stop the leakage of potent greenhouse gases from their refrigeration systems
China's energy growth could slow as soon as 2030, according to a new analysis
The body's new white paper outlines a complete transportation strategy that is one of the world's most ambitious efforts to cut oil use and greenhouse gas emissions
New efforts to track and quantify greenhouse gas emission reductions could prove a model for global efforts.
The Energy Department is touting a technology that would save 1.5 billion gallons of fuel a year if it were affixed to every long-haul truck in America
ARPA-e and others aim to fund development of a battery that relies on lithium and air
Hundreds of millions of people, mainly in the developing world, are moving to cities. Without guidelines, these cities could lock in a high-carbon infrastructure that makes fighting climate change far tougher...
U.S. homes have about 63 million video game consoles, and together they use about as much energy as San Diego does in a year, according to a 2008 study by the Natural Resources Defense Council...
The U.S. EPA and DOT argue that if automakers start using more batteries in cars, or make gasoline engines way more efficient, they can meet much higher fuel efficiency standards
U.S.-made electric cars face a maze of export restrictions
For electric cars that run on American roads, it just might make the most business sense to build them in America
What will happen to electric car batteries once they've powered their last mile?