Discovering and developing improved clean energy materials, such as solar panels, can accelerate the transition to a low-carbon future and save billions - and now AI is on the case.
Increasing access to electricity is driving development in the world's poorer regions - and it could have even greater benefits for the world as a whole.
Uncovering practical solutions – and deploying them to work together – will give humanity the best chance of solving problems of like energy consumption and waste.
The world is slowly but surely making the switch from fossil fuels to greener alternatives, but the transition could happen a lot faster. Here's how.
More and more cost-conscious consumers in India are switching to electric scooters.
After years of talking about it, the transition to a low-carbon energy system is finally happening. Here are some reasons for optimism - and a guide to those areas where we still have muc...
From the Orkney Islands of Scotland to the bustling city streets of Tokyo, hydrogen innovators are discovering ways to fuel the future of transport.
Air conditioning is everywhere - and it is consuming vast amounts of energy. But don't despair - with the right innovations, we can find ways to stay cool in a rapidly warming world.
With more than a million people moving into them every day, cities will be the defining feature of human geography for the 21st century.
The US state of innovation and technology has voted to clean its air in a huge leap forward towards a greener future.
Europe's biggest economy is aiming for renewables to provide 65% of its energy by 2030.
Legislation that requires pet shops to sell only rescued animals is among a number of progressive new laws in California.
The UK generated 335TWh of electricity in 2018, according to analysis. The last time it was that low was in 1994, when Nelson Mandela became South African president and apartheid ended.
The spacecraft touched down on Thursday (3rd Jan) morning, becoming the first landing on the dark side of the moon ever.
This chart highlights the enormous variations between the major world economies in CO₂ emissions per capita.