Bowing to investors, Microsoft will make its devices easier to fix
In a first-of-its-kind agreement, the company has committed to increasing access to spare parts and repair documents.
Can the world’s most polluting heavy industries decarbonize?
The production of steel, cement, and ammonia emit about one-fifth of all human-caused CO2. Technologies are emerging to decarbonize these problem industries, but analysts warn that big challenges remain.
Why the ‘Swiss Army knife’ of climate solutions is so controversial
Clean hydrogen could replace fossil fuels for almost everything. But should it?
Nonprofit finds hope against wildfires with unexpected ally: charcoal
To capture carbon and jumpstart forest thinning, Methow Valley couple – and Washington taxpayers – bet on biochar.
‘Orca,’ the largest carbon removal facility to date, is up and running
It can remove 4,000 tons of CO2 from the atmosphere per year. But the cost isn't clear yet.
Can the West learn to share renewable power?
Insights: Proponents of a heftier, coordinated grid assess its importance — and barriers to their visions.
‘Big Three’ automakers join Biden in electric car promises
Ford, GM, and Stellantis have vowed that up to 50% of their car sales will be electric by 2030.
Scientists are mining metals from an unusual source — plants
Scientists are starting to mine valuable metals from an unusual source: plants
Can you recycle a hard drive? Google is quietly trying to find out
Rare earth magnet recycling is about so much more than sustainable data centers.
A different kind of solar technology is poised to go big
Silicon is facing bottlenecks and trade sanctions. Is this cadmium telluride's moment?