Things are getting worse–not better–and science is more confident than ever that human behavior is the culprit.
The cornerstone of Europe’s emissions-cutting hopes, its Emissions Trading System, gets a vote of confidence from the European Parliament.
The City of Lakes’ ordinance requires commercial buildings to report annual energy and water use in an effort to raise ecological awareness via market forces.
New research suggests global warming is “likely to be on the high side of current projections,” which you’d think would be a good argument for renewable energy.
The University of Michigan’s new Eco-Driving Index estimates the monthly amount of greenhouse gases produced by an individual U.S. driver.
Whether you’re trying to give Mother Nature a hand by going green or minimize the huge hole in your budget, a few sage auto upgrades are your ticket to fuel savings.
Making hydrogen from sugar, solar cells from carbon and sootless diesel are just some of the innovative projects to benefit from $8.4 million in grants.
A Berkeley study says the Western U.S. grid needs to kick the coal habit, and asserts that doing so will lead to only modestly higher energy costs.
With the help of universities and Earth Networks, California will deploy a network of greenhouse gas monitoring stations throughout the state to measure levels.
WWF Scotland gives the aggressively green nation some pointers on meeting its climate emission goals and getting more electric vehicles on the road.
The European Wind Energy Association recommends that the European Union raise its carbon reduction target, due to the exceptional growth of wind power in the EU.