Electric cars are coming! And the $41,000 question (before rebates and tax incentives) is whether American drivers will buy them. We say keep your eye on Berkeley, Calif.
In a startling act of fealty to polluter interests, several senators are fighting scientifically guided smog limits that would save thousands of lives a year.
128-degree weather. Climate denying iPhones. Hair on snakes (just kidding). Don't miss this week's true tales of green.
There are a number of things brewing at the EPA that are making coal utility executives nervous.
By now the corpse of the climate bill has been so thoroughly autopsied, that examining it any further seems almost inhumane. A whole army of coroners have weighed in, suggesting an array of possible causes of death: Republican obstructionism, failed …
A BP shareholder comes clean on big oil, the true costs of an increasingly dangerous dependency, and why BP may bounce back from this disaster virtually unscathed.
American solar companies are building factories in California even though it would be far cheaper to make photovoltaic panels in China. Why? "The ecosystem is here," explains green tech investor Vinod Khosla. But that balmy business climate will change if …
Humans think they've got the market cornered on electronic communication, but a twittle bird told us that's no longer the case. See what we mean.
If youâ€™re one of the tens of millions of people who live in the southwestern United States, get ready for drier weather. Thatâ€™s the message from Richard Seager, a climate scientist at Columbia Universityâ€™s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observa