Molten salt could be the key to unlocking a future full of renewable energy. During peak times the salt stores solar power that can be saved and used later.
Big cities have big problems with pollution and are big laboratories for solutions. C40 Cities helps them collaborate on strategies.
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.
Homeowners and businesses that rely on solar panels and wind turbines have cheaper electric bills, thanks to a system called “net metering.”
Falling costs for the technology powering electric cars and stricter emissions regulation are among the reasons electric vehicles are becoming more popular.
Over 300 U.S. businesses, many from the Fortune 500, signed a statement renewing private-sector support for the Paris agreement on climate change.
In his 2015 State of the Union address, President Obama touched on a range of global challenges, but declared the environment his top concern. “No challenge...
If U.S. supermarkets and shopping centers covered underused roof space with solar panels, it could generate enough clean energy for several million homes.
Do you think good health is a human right? Destiny Watford does, which is why she fought plans to build a massive trash incinerator in her neighborhood.