The controversial Department of Energy loan guarantees are back, this time with a focus on “advanced fossil fuel energy projects.”
The school’s stance proves (once again) that being in Ivy League doesn’t necessarily mean higher intelligence.
Things are getting worse–not better–and science is more confident than ever that human behavior is the culprit.
A nasty byproduct of the fossil fuel industry could improve batteries for electric cars.
Fossil fuel consumption must decline and carbon emissions must begin to fall by the end of the decade, that’s all there is to it.
American consumers’ behavior still ranks as the least sustainable of all countries surveyed since 2008.
A study just published at Nature Climate Change suggests that fossil fuel subsidies in some developing nations stand most in the way of clean energy.
Sociologist Richard York finds that historically, energy tech advances haven’t led to less use of fossil fuels, and fears that could be true for wind and solar.
PennFuture gets a DOE grant to promote solar power in western Pennsylvania, but says it’s tiny compared to the subsidies that flow to fossil-fuel industries.
Clean energy groups and environmental organizations combine to make the case for a renewable-energy future for 11 Western U.S. states.