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Europe Whets Appetite for Coal as U.S. Eschews It

Europe Whets Appetite for Coal as U.S. Eschews It

  • Published: Sep 30th, 2013

Natural gas is proving to be a formidable challenger to the dominance of coal in the U.S., but not necessarily overseas.

You Asked, We Answered: Response to 2013 Cars Report

You Asked, We Answered: Response to 2013 Cars Report

  • Published: Sep 5th, 2013

Report authors respond to reader comments and questions regarding our 2013 Climate-Friendly Cars report.

President Obama’s Climate Speech: How it Played Out

President Obama’s Climate Speech: How it Played Out

  • Published: Jun 25th, 2013

Details on President Obama's big climate speech: how it played out, and why it was so significant.

Wind Power Has its Limits, But It’s Not the Sky

  • Published: Sep 9th, 2012

Could existence of wind turbines slow the planet’s winds to the point where they couldn’t generate any more energy?

Image of the Day: Denmark’s Pioneer Perspective on Wind

  • Published: Sep 2nd, 2012

Denmark already holds the world record for electricity consumed that comes from wind and still has plans for more.

Lost in Watergate’s Wake: Nixon’s Green Legacy

  • Published: Aug 8th, 2012

Richard Nixon, who resigned 38 years ago today, was a champion of protecting the environment.

Image of the Day: Prisoners Produce Power with Bicycles

  • Published: Jul 15th, 2012

A new program in Brazilian jails is allowing prisoners to produce renewable energy used to power street lamps.

Image of the Day: ‘Supertrees’ Super Useful in Singapore

  • Published: Jul 6th, 2012

Giant metal supertrees add to the urban garden that Singapore is creating in its Gardens by the Bay project.