Updates to a study show that in the coming years, the energy consumed globally by our smart devices could seriously impede our efforts to limit climate change.
The science behind extreme weather event attribution could put politicians in the dock.
The World Bank will no longer finance upstream oil and gas projects after 2019.
Satellite images can help save our planet from catastrophic climate change - if we pay close attention to what they are telling us.
A cricket Test match between India and Sri Lanka was repeatedly interrupted on Sunday with claims players were “continuously vomiting” due to hazardous pollution levels in the Indian capi...
Rethinking how we build shelter may be an important step in increasing sustainability.
A radical new 'negative emissions' power plant has begun operations in Iceland.
An international partnership has been formed to accelerate the process of ending our reliance on coal power.
Venezuela used to have five glaciers, but today, only one remains.
Scientists from Tsinghua University estimated that air pollution deaths in China decreased by about 9% between 2013 and 2015.
A new report released this month shows California may reach its energy goals earlier than expected.
New research from NASA suggests that melting glaciers in Greenland and Antarctica will affect sea-level rise in coastal cities at different levels.
People, globally, are innovating, creating new processes to use waste plastics and make new objects and art forms.
Governments think too short-term for the kind of solutions global warming needs. But businesses need to realize carbon offsetting is in their own interests.
Denmark's minister of energy and climate announced their plans to end the use of coal by 2030.