by Jeff Spross Posted on December 9, 2014
Navigant Research anticipates that small-scale solar, wind, and other forms of electricity will increase from 87.3 gigawatts of capacity around the world in 2014 to 165.5 gigawatts in just nine years.
by Jeff Spross Posted on November 4, 2014
Lagging infrastructure has left many developing countries with high fossil fuel costs, making renewables and distributed solar a smart alternative.
by Hayes Brown Posted on July 1, 2014
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government on Tuesday announced a huge shift in how the country views the use of force.
by Hayes Brown Posted on March 21, 2014
Through ping-pong, pandas, and a push for greater ties among students, the First Lady is bring a friendlier face to U.S.-China relations.
by Hayes Brown Posted on December 15, 2013
After a brief moment of being removed from North Korean media, it appears Kim's aunt made it through alive.
by Hayes Brown Posted on December 13, 2013 Updated: December 13, 2013
The very public execution of Kim Jong Un's uncle has consolidated power in the young leader's hands, even as analysts ponder what it means.
by Hayes Brown Posted on November 26, 2013 Updated: November 26, 2013
A pair of American B-52 bombers just flew over territory that China has said it owns. Here's why.
by Joanna M. Foster Posted on November 5, 2013
A report by the World Bank shows how saving the world's ice saves lives today.
by Andrew Breiner Posted on November 1, 2013
Typhoon season isn't over yet, with Typhoon Krosa on the move in the South China Sea.
by Hayes Brown Posted on October 8, 2013
Beijing has gotten some intangible benefits from the U.S. government's shutdown. But now it's worried that the debt ceiling crisis may drag them down, too.