Staying Green, From Point A To B
How could new policies and technologies make getting around more eco-friendly?
As U.S. Drags On Climate Action, Mayors Take The Lead
Mayors from 435 U.S. cities have signed on to follow the Paris Climate Agreement.
Your Questions Answered About California’s Power Shut-Offs
Strong winds could damage power lines and spark deadly wildfires, so utility companies are shutting off power to millions of California residents.
Egypt Is Building A Massive 1.8-Gigawatt Solar Park
The $4 billion Benban Solar Park will be the country’s first utility-scale solar power plant.
A Battle Over Auto Emissions And The Global Climate Strike
President Trump is wrestling with the state of California over who gets to define auto emissions standards for carmakers: California or the federal government?
Wind Turbines Leave Behind Hard-To-Manage Waste
Wind turbines are great at producing green energy. But when they reach the end of their life-span, their blades are incredibly difficult to recycle.
A Dimming Plan For Lighting Efficiency
The Trump administration plans to roll back efficiency plans that would have decreased the use of incandescent light bulbs.
Retooling The Tourism Industry Under A Changing Climate
From the ski slopes to casinos, how climate change is affecting the tourism industry in Lake Tahoe and other recreation communities.
What’s The Charge… For An Electric Car Charge?
In North Carolina, electric vehicle charging stations will start operating more like gas pumps.
Embracing The Salt And Adapting To Sea Level Rise
Saltwater intrusion and sea level rise is the new normal for two communities along the east coast.