Hydraulic fracturing is ushering in a new era of American energy production; it’s also redrawing old battle lines over water.
As policy makers look for attractive ways to curb carbon, carbon capture is likely to be the topic of many policy discussions in the near future.
National Security is providing new justifications for action on climate change.
Making offices paperless, or at least more paper-pragmatic, would facilitate significant improvements to businesses and the environment.
As policy makers look for attractive ways to curb carbon, cabon capture is likely to be the topic of many policy discussions in the near future.
More than 200,000 people are added to the world each day. With more and more mouths to feed, vertical farming is an increasingly popular method for producing food.
The World Cup has come and gone but Brazil is still a globally important developing country – especially when it comes to deforestation.
As we wait longer and longer to address climate change the calls for geoengineering grow louder.
Are we on the cusp of an electricity revolution that will given consumers new information about their usage?