Many countries have signed and some have gone further to "join" the Paris agreement to slow climate change — so what's next?
As the clock ticks down to a major climate conference this December, the Obama administration is calling on leaders everywhere to prevent a “collective...
A new technique that takes CO2 emissions generated by factories and cars could create new material for buildings, aircraft and athletic equipment.
It's not only governments who can meet the "Paris pledge" to reduce carbon emissions. Concerned religious communities are also setting the example.
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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.
Once a declining industrial metropolis with steel mills spewing black smoke and soot into the sky, Pittsburgh has transformed itself into a vibrant green city.
The technology of the future may soon be at your fingertips. Researchers at Cyclotron Road are creating a new generation of clean-energy technologies.