Global heating could stabilize if countries go net-zero emissions, scientists say
Climate disaster could be curtailed within a couple of decades if net zero emissions are reached, new study shows.
In boost for renewables, grid-scale battery storage is on the rise
Facilities are being built with storage systems that can hold enough renewable energy to power hundreds of thousands of homes, addressing concerns over the intermittency of wind and solar.
‘I’ll be fierce for all of us’: Deb Haaland on climate, Native rights, and Biden
The 60-year-old congresswoman will be the first Native American cabinet secretary next month when she takes over at interior.
A wetter and warmer Alaska means dangerously slippery slopes
Climate change is making landslides more likely and preparation vital.
A Massachusetts city will post climate change warning stickers at gas stations
Bright yellow stickers warn drivers burning of gasoline has ‘major consequences on human health and the environment.'
Floating ‘mini-nukes’ could power countries by 2025, says startup
A Danish company plans to fit ships with small nuclear reactors to send energy to developing countries.
Wildfire smoke is loaded with microbes. Is that dangerous?
Researchers are putting out a call to study the potential effects of bacteria- and fungi-filled haze on human health.
Will California finally fulfill its promise to fix the Salton Sea?
Decades have passed and millions of dollars spent, yet little has been done to restore the lake. California officials say it’s all been leading up to this moment.
These ladies love natural gas! Too bad they aren’t real.
An oil industry group went to bizarre lengths to court women.