Prevention

Line of wind turbines on ridge (ERCOT)

Everything is big in Texas, including wind power

It only took a few years — and good planning — to make big oil producer Texas the leader in U.S. wind energy.
Black and white mural on city wall (Graviky Labs)

This ink is made of pollution. Really. [video]

Catching carbon soot in car exhaust, Anirudh Sharma of MIT discovered a way to recycle pollution into something beautiful: Air Ink.
Looking up side of skyscraper (Courtesy of SHoP Architects PC)

Future skyscrapers might be made of wood

Recent innovations in timber technology, especially “cross-laminated” timber, could change the way tomorrow’s skyscrapers are built.
Car on assembly line (GM)

Buyers flex purchasing power for the environment. Suppliers save billions.

Companies are working to make their supply chains greener as part of their push for energy efficiency and other environmentally friendly business practices.
Aerial view of solar panels surrounded by forest on island (SolarCity)

U.S. island in South Pacific goes solar

Remote Ta'ū Island in American Samoa switched from burning 300 gallons of diesel fuel a day to nearly 100 percent solar power. How did they do it?
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 in winter coats walking on barren ground, hut in background (State Dept.)video

Kerry: World should keep moving forward on climate change [video]

It's been a historic year in the fight against climate change, but we can't stop now, John Kerry said at the U.N. climate conference in Morocco.
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.
Man working in row of huge wind turbine sections (© AP Images)

Offshore wind farm is a U.S. first

The first offshore wind farm in the United States is set to open off the coast of Rhode Island soon, ushering in a new era for the U.S. wind industry.