America’s K-12 science teachers are tripping up on gateway to climate-science knowledge.
We’re discovering and using new chemicals at a breakneck pace, but toxicity assessments and reform struggle to keep up.
Finance ministers typically only care about one kind of green: cash. Here’s why they may start caring about the other.
Jason Bordoff, Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia University and Director of the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia, shares his insights into how the climate-energy challenge might affect national security for the United States and the world.
Understanding the advantages of green building certifications.
Methane leaks are pervasive and ignored. The enormous leak at Porter Ranch should change that.
COP 21, the largest climate agreement in history, is not without its due criticism.
The 12-year data exclusivity clause in the Trans-Pacific Partnership has its justifications and its drawbacks, though the long-term significance of its inclusion in the TPP is yet to be seen.
The benefits of transitioning away from fossil fuels and toward Jamaica’s abundant renewable resources extend well beyond increased energy security.
“Distributed” renewable energy generation from independent power producers is emerging as a viable option for serving rural communities.