by Katie Valentine Jun 17, 2016
The colorful fish swimming around in saltwater aquariums around the country may look pretty, but the way they ended up in those aquariums is anything but.
by Joe Romm Jun 17, 2016
The latest batteries are a game changer for both transportation and power generation. They enable much greater penetration of renewable energy and electric vehicles from cars, to buses and even planes.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 16, 2016
The wildfire trend will likely continue in the Northwest and Southwest throughout the summer.
by Rachel Cain Jun 16, 2016
And it won't be the last.
by Sydney Pereira Jun 16, 2016
"If you have contaminated air, you have no choice but to breathe it."
by Carimah Townes & Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 16, 2016
“I feel like most Americans, if they knew what the conditions were, would be absolutely appalled.”
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 15, 2016
Norway, Europe's largest oil producer, wants to be carbon neutral by 2030. That's two decades earlier than it scheduled in 2009.
by Ryan Koronowski Jun 15, 2016
"Which banks are effectively gambling that we're going to fail" to rein in climate change?
by Joe Romm Jun 15, 2016
Greenland has been shockingly warm this spring. That's not good news in a country covered with enough ice to raise sea levels more than 20 feet.
by Sydney Pereira Jun 15, 2016
The 77-year-old Kuczynski was a former economist for the World Bank and worked on Wall Street, with particular expertise in the mining and extraction industries.