by Joe Romm Jul 19, 2016
Planned corporate investment in energy efficiency here and globally is at its highest level ever. That means the trend of decoupling economic growth from energy consumption will continue, especially in this country.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jul 19, 2016
Last year Huanuco lost nearly 20,000 acres of rainforest.
by Joe Romm Jul 18, 2016
If it surprises you that U.S. solar has jumped 100-fold in the last decade -- and prices are now under 4 cents per kilowatt-hour -- you should read this.
by Sydney Pereira Jul 14, 2016
One record showed Fairbanks' airport reaching 96 degrees Wednesday
by Joe Romm Jul 14, 2016
The public is increasingly alarmed and concerned about global warming. They should be.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jul 13, 2016
The coal industry is expected to suffer a downward trend, even if the Clean Power Plan is defeated in court.
by Joe Romm Jul 13, 2016
Oil money has tainted the American Geophysical Union, leading its board to offer slippery and slick statements to defend the indefensible -- taking money from anti-science ExxonMobil.
by Sydney Pereira Jul 13, 2016
Australia is home to over 6 percent of the world's mangroves. Massive die-offs like this could damage the coastline ecosystems.
by Sydney Pereira Jul 11, 2016
Since last year's climate encyclical, Catholic Churches around the world took the Pope's message seriously.
by Samantha Page Jul 8, 2016
Congress wants more pesticides, but what if there was another way to combat mosquitoes?