The U.S.’s northern neighbor has announced a bold step toward reducing its carbon emissions. Can America follow suit?
The batteries that power our high-tech lifestyle are built using materials extracted in dirty, often life-threatening conditions.
Falling costs and increasing adoption are wonderful news for clean energy, but now is not the time for celebration.
Wind power has transformed the heart of fossil-fuel country. Can the rest of the United States follow suit?
U.K. government urged to swiftly get behind a safer form of carbon-free power.
Any automaker worth its salt is showing off a battery-powered car.
Dam it. (Actually, on second thought, maybe don’t.)
A new study suggests that the world is already signed up for an apocalyptic rise in temperature. Don’t believe it.
The carmaker is exploring ways to find new life for its spent batteries.
For the first time in decades, more carbon emissions will come from transportation than from coal- and gas-fired power plants.