Global CO2 Concentration Reaches 400 Parts Per Million
Can a big nuclear order from Turkey be viewed as a vote of confidence?
You would think so, but a recent conference suggests otherwise
The oil-rich monarchs’ ambitions for solar power will be tough to achieve
It is another indicator of a dramatic shift in current balance of action on climate
Blame volcanoes, not Asian industry, for most sulfur dioxide pollution. Meanwhile, a new IR camera tracks man-made SO2 emissions
MIT's David Keith says it could be cheaper and easier to stop global warming than you think
A glut of natural gas in the U.S. is spawning ideas for using the theoretically cleaner fuel for transportation
But will the new research convert any climate skeptics?
A few Senators and one very prominent mayor weighed in on what feels like background noise to renewable energy innovators
Despite recent attempts at correcton, the ETS is not getting the job done
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?
The United States, with real prospects of achieving energy independence, has a big economic edge
Choice of new U.S. Secretary of State could affect policy
Goal may be misguided, but political effect could be benign
A new book sees big data as mostly good, a little scary, and full of people
Efforts lag globally, but two large plants should be operational by 2014
Center-right government adopts stronger-than-ever emissions reduction program
World Resources Institute report illuminates a world unwilling to back off from a primary electricity source
Advances in atomic clocks allow detailed relativistic measurements of Earth’s gravitational field, revealing structures buried far underground
International Energy Agency projects fossil fuels to still dominate, but with dramatic shifts globally
Yet there's no end in sight for oil, natural gas and coal
Whatever the outcome of the presidential election, legislation to reduce carbon is likely
2 oil refineries and 3 nuclear units shut down, more than 8 million without electricity
The results could have important implications for paleo-climatology
Is its decline a result of Federal policy or of cheap natural gas?
It's no wonder the black gold looms so large in the presidential race
Sharp differences emerge on "clean coal" and climate change