Sending atmospheric CO2 into underground methane hydrates could clean the air and create revenue
The pack produces a steady trickle of electricity from the swinging motion of your stuff. Christopher Intagliata reports.
A roadblock to sustainable energy solutions is coming unstuck
Resilient fuels and innovative reactors could enable a resurgence of nuclear power
Climate change scares me more than the risk of meltdowns
A new rule for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency allows states to set their own limits on carbon-emission levels
More efficient appliances and stricter building codes have driven significant declines in U.S. emissions to date
The credits could target all low-carbon electricity generation instead of solely wind and solar
Growth in natural gas could offset any reductions from the continued decline in coal-power generation
Diversity leads to innovation, which is crucial to fight climate change
Solving global water issues will greatly benefit food and energy, too
The intermittent nature of solar and wind energy mean companies may be underestimating emissions
Some residents are concerned about environmental impacts from proposed transmission lines
The oil and gas giant aims to help the National Renewable Energy Laboratory scale up cleaner forms of energy
Researchers want to outfit air conditioners with carbon-capture technology. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Advanced fuels could improve the safety and economics of nuclear power plants
The human energizer can also improve the efficiency and stability of perovskite solar cells
A switch from natural-gas-powered home heating and cooling could be cheaper and reduce carbon emissions
At an April 9th event sponsored by the Kavli Foundation and produced by Scientific American that honored Nobel and Kavli Prize winners, economist Paul Romer talked about how the social system of science offers hope for humanity and for how we can live with each other...
It is the fourth state to pursue such a plan, with a couple others looking at following suit