Google recently explained its pullback on sustainability while Amazon has just announced a "long-term commitment" to achieve 100 percent renewable energy use
In parts of India, pregnant women are advised to keep away from areas near coal yards
Fuel cell vehicles produce zero tailpipe emissions, but the entire hydrogen production stream needs to be low-carbon
The President has said he would not approve the pipeline if it significantly raised greenhouse gas emissions
A new tool may help officials crack down on the illegal wildlife trade. David Biello reports
Dutch cyclists can now pedal a path paved with solar panels. Larry Greenemeier reports
It's too late to prevent all the effects of global warming so cities and other areas will have to be resilient
Watch CO2 swirl through the atmosphere
Backers of the Keystone XL oil pipeline hope a vote in the U.S. today will send a bill to the President's desk
Economists say interstate coordination will be key
Even as the world continues to spew more carbon pollution, change has begun—and is accelerating
Scientific American health and medicine correspondent Dina Fine Maron talks with Armand Sprecher of Doctors Without Borders, who has fought Ebola in Guinea and Liberia. And Steve talks Ebola with Stanford's David Relman, chair of the Forum on Microbial Threats of the Institute of Medicine
President Barack Obama on Friday will announce a $3 billion U.S. contribution to the green climate fund, an international effort to help poor countries cope with the effects of climate change, according to an administration official...
Growth of wood-fueled power generation in Europe spurs protests from Southern environmentalists in the U.S.
Journalist Michael Buckley moves beyond the genocide in Tibet to report on the “ecocide” occurring in the region due to climate change, mining and dams
The International Energy Agency's latest outlook shows that despite growth in clean energy, fossil fuel trends remain dire for any hope to combat climate change
The new U.S.-China deal to address climate change will face political problems
Legislation to approve the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline began racing through the U.S.
(Reuters) - An earthquake swarm that started rocking a secluded region in northwest Nevada this summer intensified over the past week, geology officials said on Wednesday.
Forest managers can use new observations to track tree cutting but also carbon sequestration