First-of-its-kind project to extract gas—and avert catastrophe—comes online on Central Africa’s Lake Kivu.
The problem with regulating methane emissions is that it’s hard to measure them.
Even as over-the-air charging company UBeam is getting debunked, magnetic resonance is heading for mass production.
Airborne microscopic particles kill millions of people each year, but they also lessen some of the effects of man-made global warming.
As traditional nuclear power remains stalled in the U.S., a utility in Tennessee seeks permission for a new type of reactor that could be cheaper to build and maintain.
Solar-powered desalination is ideal—if only the cost comes down.
Despite continued economic growth, emissions in the U.S. are on a steady decline thanks in large part to cheap natural gas.
Starbucks’s efforts to head off climate change and its impact on coffee bend to business realities.
Sticking a fuel cell in a smokestack could dramatically reduce emissions.
SolarReserve says it will work with the world’s largest coal supplier to help reduce China’s dependence on fossil fuels, but details are still murky.