A country that diversifies its energy mix insulates itself from energy disruptions and strengthens its energy security.
Black soot produced by carbon-based fuels is falling on the Arctic Ocean, absorbing heat and accelerating melting. Arctic nations want to reduce soot.
The whole world must protect, respect and nurture the Arctic region. “One Arctic” is the guiding theme for U.S. leadership of the Arctic Council.
More firms are investing in solar panels, wind turbines and other renewable-energy equipment to bring down energy costs and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The U.S. and China, the world’s two largest economies and biggest greenhouse gas emitters, surprised the world with their plans to combat climate change.
The Earth Day Network coordinates activities that raise awareness of local environmental issues, as well as global climate change, in 192 countries.
The news from the Arctic: It's getting warmer faster than most other places on the Earth. Arctic melting leads to ... more Arctic melting.
A range of Arctic animals is staring at a precarious future with the well-documented loss of sea ice at the top of the world.
Wind power will turn on the lights in 35 percent of U.S. homes by 2050, preventing millions of tons of greenhouse gases and other polluting emissions.