A project operated by China's largest coal miner, Shenhua Group, has reduced groundwater levels in a region of Inner Mongolia and discharged high levels of toxic wastewater, environmental campaign group Greenpeace said on Tuesday...
Efforts to phase out nuclear power in Germany have stumbled over the need to build a better electric grid
The operator of Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant said on Monday that contaminated ground water had likely been flowing into the sea, acknowledging such a leakage for the first time...
Demand for A-C is only going to grow, so we'll need better technologies. David Biello reports
As China pushes an aggressive expansion of nuclear power it is running into a major stumbling block - a breakdown of trust, post-Fukushima, in official assurances of public safety.
A solar-powered airplane successfully flew across the U.S. this year in 65 days. Next up: around the world
The World Bank and other aid agencies struggles with the question of fossil fuels and energy poverty
Australia's government moved on Tuesday to scrap its carbon tax and bring forward an emissions trading scheme a year earlier than planned, a policy shift certain to be a focal point in an election likely to be held within weeks...
A greener fuel "less toxic than caffeine" could replace NASA's dangerous hydrazine rocket propellant
The oil and gas industry is finding that less is more in the push to recycle water used in hydraulic fracturing.
Apple will investigate the cause of a Chinese woman's death, the company confirmed to Reuters on Monday
It's not just where it's windiest, according to new research. David Biello reports
A new report from the U.S. Department of Energy suggests that blackouts and other energy disruptions are likely to increase as a result of climate change
U.S. uranium mining has diminished since its peak in the 1980s, but with the push to expand nuclear power as a way to fight global warming a resurgence may be in the offing
New research shows how human activity deep underground combines with natural earthquakes far away to set off potent local temblors
The fate of the Alberta's tar sands mines—and the climate—may come down to the Keystone XL pipeline
Researchers have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the testing of miniaturized, high-efficiency propulsion technology
Communities in rural Georgia may soon get a reprieve from the pollution associated with coal-fired power plants
Coal-fired power is losing its grip in the U.S. and the Northeast is leading the way, as part one of this two part series explores
China's demand for coal continues to rise, but the parched country faces challenging finding enough water to cool its coal-fired power plants