Conservation & Green Economy
A new report by a U.N. panel of climate scientists says it is "extremely likely" that global warming is manmade, the strongest words yet in the panel's assessment of the world's climate.
A Russian court on Thursday jailed the U.S. captain of a Greenpeace ship along with a photographer and several activists who were part of a team protesting near an oil platform in the Arctic last week.
In an effort to attract more eco-friendly travelers, some hotels are installing battery charging stations for guests.
Russian authorities said they have opened a piracy investigation against Greenpeace activists who protested at a Gazprom offshore oil platform.
As commercialization alliance manager at Innovation Works, Mr. Migliuolo is spearheading a cultural shift at the National Energy Technology Laboratory, where high-cost, high-risk and high-level research into fossil fuel technologies sets the standard for industries decades down the road.
The upcoming UN report on climate change is not likely to rattle US deniers of global warming who hold sway in the halls of power, experts say.
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency says the agency will "effectively shut down" unless Congress approves stopgap funding by Oct. 1.
On Friday morning, Costa Rica celebrated its National Coffee Day with speeches, folkloric dances and, of course, coffee. The Agriculture and Livestock Ministry (MAG) used the event as an opportunity to announce plan to begin certifying coffee growers as "carbon neutral," as part of Costa Rica's national goal to reach a zero-carbon footprint by 2021.
In the two years since Virginia set up a voluntary donation fund to make loans for solar energy projects, the program has achieved net contributions of less than a dollar. It hasn't made any loans, either.
Kentucky will press federal officials for flexibility in meeting greenhouse gas emission rules as the state tries to preserve coal jobs and keep electricity prices down, Gov. Steve Beshear said.
Sea ice cover in the Arctic shrank to a near historic low this week, though so far it's not as bad as last year.
Wind, solar and natural gas are cheaper sources of electricity than coal when the costs and health impacts of climate change are factored in, a U.S. study found.
Anglo American withdrew from the Pebble Mine project that would have developed what is believed to be the world's largest gold deposit -- and one of the last big wild salmon runs in Bristol Bay.
An estimated 8,000 people took to the streets Saturday in Tokyo to protest against the resumption of any nuclear power plants, as the only operating reactor was set to be shutdown the next day, leaving none functioning for the second time since the Fukushima disaster in 2011.
The Turanor PlanetSolar catamaran docked in Paris after a three-month voyage of discovery across the Atlantic Ocean. The vessel was the first solar-powered boat to circumnavigate the globe.