The threshold for activating the accord has been passed. Now comes the hard part.
Many African countries have been reluctant to permit GM foods to be grown or imported, but opposition has softened amid a punishing drought.
The plant will harvest 90 percent of the carbon dioxide it produces.
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.
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.)
It’s time to rethink the role that government plays in shaping and supporting policies to solve big problems like climate change and income inequality.