Things are getting worse–not better–and science is more confident than ever that human behavior is the culprit.
Sure, China is adding a lot of renewables, but even a fairly optimistic scenario sees huge coal-fired generation additions for another decade.
With the launch of new programs in New York City, Chicago, and now San Francisco, bike sharing has officially exploded in the U.S.
A new project out of the UK promises to forever revolutionize the way we approach carbon capture and storage.
The pilot program will help the City and the taxi industry understand how zero emission vehicles can be integrated into future taxi fleets.
Melbourne reaches another milestone on its journey to achieve Zero Net Emissions by 2020.
Unlike other carbon footprint tracking tools, which require you to record or predict trip lengths, GiveO2 does all of the work for you.
The long-term trend is good, but Germany says increased coal burning drove greenhouse-gas emissions up in 2012 despite record-breaking renewable adoption.
A worldwide shipping leader announces an aggressive plan to reduce its customers carbon footprint.
EPEAT will now include printers, copiers, scanners and other imaging equipment in its worldwide green product registry.