Cold, dark winter afternoons are horrible.
Over the last year, the majority of global investment in clean energy projects was spent in developing countries.
As rents soar and technology makes life onboard easier, more Londoners like me are taking up residence on the city’s canals.
Local transit and energy initiatives can scale up to significant carbon savings.
China’s central government has an ambitious green infrastructure plan. But will the results live up to the rhetoric?
In its push for more renewable energy, the U.S. can do more to capitalize on the dams it’s already built.
Three MIT grad students have invented a washing-machine filter that cleans wastewater and reuses it over and over again.
North America’s reportedly first-ever climate labels for gas stations will soon arrive in North Vancouver.
Greenhouse gases swirl in abandon in this NASA video.
Chicago’s wastewater authority plans to slash its energy bill by using bacteria to convert sewage into natural gas.
The views from high up a New Hampshire mountain include UFO-shaped clouds and spiny rime ice.
The link between climate change and radicalism is complex, and it has never been so important to understand.
Warm, dry weather could spell the doom of this Yosemite landmark.
Local actions to fight climate change in the Miami-Dade area set an example for the world.
On Kauai, the state has established a Community-Based Subsistence Fishing Area to protect a centuries-old way of life.
Introduced in the 1950s, they’re now overflowing onto city streets.
A pilot program in Minnesota will combine bike-share with canoes and kayaks to encourage multimodal travel around the Mississippi River.
Street artist HULA visited a disintegrating glacier to craft this haunting piece.
People could be eating about 1,000 pieces of plastic annually, say Chinese researchers.