The U.S. is technologically able to kick its fossil fuels addiction by 2050, report says.
The global effort to address carbon emissions is a start but it's not enough to avoid dangerous warming.
Despite gains in renewables, the world is still on dangerous energy-related emissions path, IEA warns.
LED bulb efficiency has risen sharply in 2014, making them among the most efficient lights available.
IPCC analysis of climate change has painted an ugly picture, but it also offers hope and guidance.
For too long we have ignored the relationships between built and natural environments.
Massachusetts and California lead the U.S. in energy efficiency, according to annual ranking.
LEDs could help slow global warming and illuminate the developing world. Now that's worth a Nobel Prize.
How you heat your home depends a lot on where you live, and it has implications on your carbon footprint.
A new report shows how the world could become wealthier by spending more on clean energy infrastructure.
The world's biggest greenhouse gas emitter might be getting serious about kicking its coal habit.
There's a lot scientists don't know about how bike sharing programs encourage less driving.
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The U.S. scored 13th in global energy efficiency ranking, or near the bottom of the world's 16 largest economies.
There are pathways to reduce CO2 emissions and meet a key climate target but time is running out.
The biggest CO2 emitter won’t need to make the biggest emissions cuts under the EPA's Clean Power Plan.
The Clean Power Plan may allow some coal-fired power plants to operate without having to slash CO2.
A guidebook selling well in Germany details 200 renewable energy sites it thinks will appeal to tourists.
Energy Information Administration's online energy map shows infrastructure in path of extreme weather.
Brazil’s worst drought in decades is severely reducing hydropower energy supplies in advance of World Cup.