Is there a quick solution to stop climate change? Put A Price On It, a new movement, says that a faster climate solution is making carbon pollution expensive.
According to a report from the International Energy Agency, the generating capacity of renewable energy sources has, for the first time, surpassed coal power.
India is taking the lead in creating a country powered by renewable energy by replacing expensive imported coal with affordable solar power in just four years' time. But how will they do it?
Energy emissions have declined to lowest levels since 1991 due to lower heating demand, less coal usage, and utilization of more renewable energy sources.
Cities that are environmental-friendly gains more.
According to a recent report from the World Energy Council, global demand for energy per capita will peak in 2030 due to new technology and stricter government policies.
Carbon dioxide produced by burning fossil fuel is most likely the cause of the decline of oxygen concentration in the atmosphere.
A new fusion device could replicate how the sun and the star create energy and could provide the Earth with clean and limitless energy.
A remote village in carbon-consuming Thailand has an unlikely alternative source of energy: cow dung
Can we really live without fossil fuels? Below are some of its pros and cons.
The amount of carbon dioxide in the Antartic has surpassed the 400 parts per million (ppm) mark. This is the first occurrence in 400 million years, and will not decrease even after thousands of years.
A village in Java, Indonesia has begun turning tofu wastewaters into clean energy.
Economists and scientists warned that the Paris Climate Agreement's goal of keeping temperatures below 1.5-2°C may already be slipping beyond reach, The Guardian reports.
Open University researchers have been working to create a new type of biodegradable single-use plastic carrier bag compossed of cornstarch that aims to reduce the amount of gardbage filling landfills each year.
Coral reefs have been the subject of much research given the ongoing threats they are dealing with related to climate change. Ocean acidification, for one, is wreaking havoc on these delicate ecosystems, but a remarkable new study says that coral reefs in Palau may be able to defy the odds.