The number of non-residential solar panel installations is growing.

Disasters connected to weather or climate made more than 30 million people in Asia refugees last year, the Asian Development Bank reports.

Oil industry consultant Daniel Yergin wrote a new book about energy. It'll probably annoy you.

A professor in Canada made a machine that could suck carbon out of the air.

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China suspended production at the solar panel factory that protestors said had polluted a nearby river.

Kids have their priorities straight: 82 percent of them want to learn about green issues more than they want to learn about traditional subjects like history. (I mean, history is also important though. Stay in school, kids!)

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Is airport food good if it's grown onsite? Find out soon in O'Hare, where veggies grown in vertical gardens between terminals 2 and 3 will supply the airport's restaurants.

Giant snails are invading Miami!