Thought we fully expect support to plummet once it rains or becomes winter.
It's only taken a century or two, but it appears that we've cracked the nut. A new tidal power project in Maine is a first for the U.S.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signs a big solar bill, demonstrating the bipartisan value in supporting renewables.
Beijing's weak infrastructure lead to 37 deaths after a torrential downpour. You don't think much about your sewer system until it stops working.
Research suggests that drought negatively impacts incumbent presidents.
By identifying 17 sites in the West for solar installation, the government hopes to vastly increase the supply of renewable energy.
Temperature-wise. Popularity-wise, I'm sure it's doing fine.
It's like Mother Earth doesn't want us to have fun for some reason.
It's not clear how soon the melted ice will be coming to a shoreline near you.