Colorado's new governor is starting out the new year with a plan to reduce transportation carbon emissions to protect the environment and public health.
Just over a century ago in Ludwigshafen, Germany, a scientist named Carl Bosch assembled a team of engineers to exploit a new technique in chemistry. A year earlier, another German chemist, Fritz Haber, hit upon a process to pull nitrogen (N) from the air and combine it with hydrogen (H) to produce tiny amounts of ammonia (NH₃). But Haber’s process was delicate, requiring the maintenance of high temperatures and high pressure.
Whether it's a deadly cold snap or a hole under an Antarctic glacier or a terrifying new report, there seem to be constant reminders now of the dangers that climate change poses to humanity.
David Attenborough has told the world’s political and business leaders that mankind must work together to protect the planet, telling World Economic Forum (WEF) delegates that “the Garden of Eden is no more” and that mankind must “move beyond guilt or blame” to come up with “practical solutions.”
Swedish teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg spoke to the BBC in September about her climate strike outside the Swedish parliament.
Iremember well the first institution to announce it was divesting from fossil fuel. It was 2012 and I was on the second week of a gruelling tour across the US trying to spark a movement.
Fifteen-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg addressed the U.N. plenary last night in Katowice, Poland, condemning global inaction in the face of catastrophic climate change.
Marshall Medoff unveils to 60 Minutes his innovative method of turning plant life into fuel and other useful products
Boulder, Pueblo could be the next cities to create their own utilities in pursuit of 100 percent renewable energy
Nine governments are moving toward having their cities powered by 100 percent renewable energy. Longmont and Fort Collins have the best chances.
Radical overhaul in farming and consumption, with less meat eating, needed to avoid hunger and climate catastrophe
With smart, science-based policies, California shows the world it’s possible to reduce emissions, protect the environment, and grow the economy at the same time.
Thousands of children walked out of school across Australia on Friday in protest against government inaction on climate change, prompting a rebuke from a minister who said they were setting themselves up for “failure”.
Crop yields are declining. Tropical diseases like dengue fever are showing up in unfamiliar places, including in the United States. Tens of millions of people are exposed to extreme heat.
Investors are demanding better information about the impact on corporate bottom lines of events like the California wildfires
The death toll from the Camp Fire in Northern California increased by one Sunday to 77, while the number of people unaccounted for has decreased to 993 people. The blaze was two-thirds contained as of Sunday night after consuming some 150,000 acres.
The world has two years to secure a deal for nature to halt a ‘silent killer’ as dangerous as climate change, says biodiversity chief.
New report from Drax reveals UK renewables now stands at a record 42GW of capacity, exceeding the fossil fuel power fleet for the first time