By Jeff Spross on October 24, 2013
The agency's June 2014 regulations will cut emissions from existing power plants, so it's seeking comment on how to do it from 11 different cities.
By Katie Valentine on October 23, 2013
Cities are taking the lead in climate resiliency, but more must be done to prepare for another Superstorm Sandy-like event.
By Jeff Spross on October 22, 2013
Global investment plateaued at roughly $360 billion in 2012, despite a need for almost twice that amount per year.
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By Jeff Spross on October 17, 2013
And huge untapped opportunities remain to improve economic productivity, reduce costs, and cut greenhouse gas emissions.
The plant is one of several commercial scale biofuel producers up and running, and the first in the world to use an enzyme-and-fermentation process.
By Jeff Spross on October 10, 2013
We currently get our nuclear power from fission reactions, but moving to fusion would provide all sorts of benefits.
By Jeff Spross on September 27, 2013
By implementing of Obama's climate action plan -- and with a little bit of luck -- America can hit our 2020 goal for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
By Jeff Spross on September 23, 2013
A new study highlights a New Mexico facility producing biofuel with lower life cycle carbon emissions and improved economic viability.
By Jeff Spross on September 17, 2013
This year's first-place winner of the London-based Postcode Lottery Green Challenge could revolutionize the brick and cement industries.
By Jeff Spross on September 13, 2013
The disproportionate greenhouse impact of a small portion of U.S. power plants shows how damaging inefficiency and inertia can be.