If humans had to power their own showers, the world would be a much smellier place.
Temperature control in the workplace is about to get way more personal.
The notoriously car-centric metropolis embraces smartphones to make bus and light rail more user-friendly.
A new study examines what other countries have done to keep costs down, and what could work in the future.
A new study compares the range of possible actions.
Home loans haven’t covered the cost of buying and renovating a run-down house, so the city thought up something new.
The bipartisan push for wind and solar doesn’t have much to say about climate change.
New government data show how the Golden State compares to the rest of the country—and it’s not even close.
A new national organization will push to make it easier to get solar power when it can’t go on your own roof.
The EPA can’t enforce the regulations until the Supreme Court weighs in, but states can still use them as guidance.
Thin panels installed on existing roads could be used to power streetlights and homes within five years.
The latest environmental rallying cry—“Keep It in the Ground”—will help stop pollution. But that policy’s effect on carbon emissions isn’t as clear.
The proposed $10 per barrel fee would fund a massive overhaul of the country’s transportation system.
General Electric is flipping the switch on the harsh, energy-saving bulbs that divided a nation.
The ocean’s cooling properties and energy potential led Microsoft to run a cloud center there for 105 days.
The city is using a big federal grant to filter and retain the stormwater it once banished.
A new report tracks where consumers will get the most out of renewable installations.
The latest Yale Environmental Performance Index reports that 3.5 billion people still live in places with unsafe pollution levels.
Judges rejected a stay against the plan while the appeals court decides its fate.
A new study shows they’re capable of meeting real-world power needs.