After years of delays and legal battles, several offshore wind projects seem poised to be launched off the U.S. East Coast.
This smart entrepreneur runs a company that is using solar-powered “water ATMs” to bring clean water to remote villages in India.
Faced with the prospect of a dwindling customer base, some U.S. power companies are seeking to end public subsidies and other incentives for rooftop solar.
Whether what propels a car is electricity, liquid fuels, natural gas, or hydrogen, the critical impacts all occur far from the car itself at locations where fuels originate and natural resources are exploited.
A backpack that generates electricity? A vest that cools you in a hot tent? The Marine Corps is leading the way with greener cutting-edge technology and innovative devices.
U.S. businesswoman Katherine Lucey is working with a network of women entrepreneurs in sub-Saharan Africa to sell inexpensive, household solar energy systems.
Electric bicycles are already popular in Europe and in China, which has more e-bikes than cars on its roads. Now, manufacturers are marketing e-bikes in the U.S., promoting them as a “green” alternative to driving.
Environmental activist Billy Parish discusses how “crowdfunding” can help lead to the widespread adoption of solar power.
A Stanford University program places satellite tags on marine predators to understand their life cycles and perhaps help protect them as well.
Republican Bob Inglis’ statement that he believed in human-caused climate change helped cost him his seat in Congress. He explains why he is now trying to persuade his fellow conservatives that their principles can help save the planet.