Drivers get a windfall now, but cities face a bumpy future.
But it won’t affect the U.S. coal supply—or force more renewable energy sources—any time soon.
As the size of this workforce grows, so too will its political influence.
By focusing on emissions from goods consumed in a city, Berkeley researchers paint a more accurate picture.
Turns out mixing Martian soil with sulfur produces a strong and quick-drying concrete.
A case study in applying data-based civic solutions to other places.
Varia Vision clips on to sunglasses and beams up directions and warnings about oncoming vehicles.
The divide on the legality of the EPA’s big climate effort is the latest local government fissure.
Please, no more internment camp throwbacks next year.
Anticipating a future of climate change and population growth, a group of artists cooked up renderings of more sustainable, meatless "meatballs."
Congress traded oil exports for renewable incentives, and it's probably a net win for the environment.
In shipping containers, urban farmers can grow a large yield in small spaces.
Local leaders will guide policy change until the international agreement goes into effect in 2020.
International shipping and aviation emit as much as entire wealthy nations, but they’re not bound by the COP21 deal.
Officials postponed the auction of an oil and gas development lease until next spring.
As climate change leads to more and worse storms, the growing catastrophe bond market provides some reassurance.
An estimated 200 million people might be displaced by 2050. And so far there's no plan to help them.
A new NRDC-backed fund lets casual investors buy stock in green firms.
The emirate wants to transition from extravagant consumption to cleanly powered extravagant consumption.
In its push for more renewable energy, the U.S. can do more to capitalize on the dams it’s already built.