Global CO2 Concentration Reaches 400 Parts Per Million
They may look like block parties, but these June 1-2 hackathons around the country aim to do some real work for good.
The list of supersoaking nanomaterials grows, but none seems any closer to being available for the next oil spill
You would think so, but a recent conference suggests otherwise
Situation at plant continues to make life difficult for the pro-nuclear
Candidates are remarkably responsible on energy and climate
Bucking a trend, an environmental news site wins journalism's highest honor
It is another indicator of a dramatic shift in current balance of action on climate
Artificial photosynthesis device gains Wolverine powers, can run in impure water
The late UK leader called for "sacrifices, so that we do not live at the expense of future generations"
Yale University profiles one of its more notorious physics PhDs
Blame volcanoes, not Asian industry, for most sulfur dioxide pollution. Meanwhile, a new IR camera tracks man-made SO2 emissions
With few credible candidates at grid scale, every one is welcome
The top 1 percent accounts for more than its share, but not by as wide a margin as in the income or wealth gaps
MIT's David Keith says it could be cheaper and easier to stop global warming than you think
Some ships could cut across the pole by midcentury
The most distinctive impact may be in the nuclear sector
But will the new research convert any climate skeptics?
Early-stage energy startups faced down a panel of investors; could these ideas really work?
Despite recent attempts at correcton, the ETS is not getting the job done
State of the Union address featured a President finally willing to tackle global warming head-on
Re-examination of records covering decades sharpens our understanding of how salmon and pigeons find their way home
New targets reflects RGGI's own success and general U.S. progress
They are nearing their 1990 level, the baseline for Kyoto Protocol reductions
Can coal combustion reactors strip the pricey oxygen purification step out of oxyfuel power generation?
Marsh grasses can power small fuel cells
Airborne altimeters yield a disturbing picture of polar ice loss
Cold air mixes with hot water vapor, yielding downwind snow plume
Choice of new U.S. Secretary of State could affect policy
2012 was not a good year, and 2013 is not likely to be better