As nearly half a million people marched in New York City last week in support of a broad range of environmental changes, broader U.S. support for government action on climate change remains low.
As world leaders met this week to discuss climate change, we have to wonder, did they talk about the right things?
As China adopts new policies and market systems in an effort to pursue less-energy-intensive economic growth, the effectiveness of its emission reduction initiatives remains to be seen.
In this part I in a new series on clean energy in the world’s largest democracy we examine solar microgrids.
How a new era of sustainably built buildings can be realized.
As beach erosion intensifies at beaches across the United States, we may face a choice: pursue policy to develop sustainably, or maintain the status quo.
In an era of powerful business and government inaction, much of the sustainability agenda has been captured by big brands such as Wal-Mart, Nestle, and Procter and Gamble. While they’ve managed to convert waste into profit streams, can they help halt ecological damage?
While warming of the Earth’s surface temperatures may have slowed, new research suggests we should be paying closer attention to our changing oceans.
Renewable power sources can kill birds. But is that a good reason to stop its development?
In the U.S. today we only get about 25% of the electricity we pay for. Here’s why.