Micro–wind turbines and solar panels lining the exterior walls at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia (© AP Images)

U.S. sports arenas go green, with the Philadelphia Eagles leading the...

The Philadelphia Eagles, along with many other sports teams in the U.S., are doing their part to protect the environment by going green in their stadiums.
Cartoon drawing of cat driving car (State Dept.)video

The adventures of ‘Energy Cat’ [video]

The cat is out of the bag: Renewable energy is the future. Thomas, the Energy Cat, tells us how all the sun and wind around us can power the planet.
People planting trees in a vacant urban lot (Courtesy of TI Philippines)

The company planting a green future in the Philippines

TI Philippines embraces sustainable practices for its manufacturing facility — from recycling to developing an environmental education program.
Worker in hard hat operating power tamper next to solar panel array (© AP Images)

Solar power booms in Africa as new technology rolls out

New solar technology could help provide cheap power to many of the 600 million people in Africa who currently lack access to reliable electricity.
Close-up image of melting glacier (© AP Images)

No plan for climate change? Risky investment, agencies say.

Even before nearly 200 countries reached the historic Paris climate agreement in 2015, credit rating agencies had been evaluating companies' climate risk.
People standing in splashing water (© AP Images)

Climate change could make it too hot to work

Researchers say one way to increase productivity is to address climate change, as hot weather makes it unbearable to work in some parts of the world.

Big Brown goes green, wins big

Let’s say it’s your job to deliver about 17 million packages. Every day. In 220 countries. Have you really got time to worry about...
Guide with stick and John Kerry walking on path through ice (State Dept.)

Secretary Kerry witnesses changing ice in Antarctica

Despite the Paris agreement to cut emissions causing the planet to warm, "we haven't won the battle yet," Kerry told young climate scientists in Antarctica.
Planes lining up to take off as a jet is landing (© AP Images)

Countries approve first-ever limits on airline emissions

If the airline industry were a country, it would be the world's seventh-largest carbon polluter. New rules set limits on increases in aircraft emissions.