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An environmental sociologist with the U. of A. believes making solar panels more publicly visible could impact the acceleration of switching to renewable energy.
The world’s largest offshore wind farm opened off the northwest coast of England with Danish energy group Orsted's unveiling of the Walney Extension project.
Brown hailed the move as another example of the state’s global leadership on environmental initiatives as the Trump administration backs away from such policies.
Innovators can win $2 million apiece for four teams who develop the most innovative solutions during an 18-month competition to produce the most economical and environmentally sustainable aviation fuel.
Culhane, a longtime National Geographic explorer, began living off the grid in the late ‘90s, when he snuck into the basement of his apartment building in Los Angeles and pulled the plug that delivered electricity.
MotionEco has launched an initiative in Nanjing, Jiangsu province to collect waste cooking oil and gutter oil to be converted into sustainable, low-carbon green fuel for use in diesel vehicles.
The federal energy regulator or successor must redo a federal environmental evaluation and correct a “critical” mistake it made to ignore the consequences of increased oil tanker traffic off the coast of British Columbia.
The men were part of a group of eight who signed a letter to the National Energy Board in March supporting Northern Gateway's request for a time extension.
There have been more than 220 people arrested, a third of whom are over the age of 60, according to the crown prosecutor.
More Americans rely on Puerto Rico's grid than on any other public electric utility. How one renegade plant worker led them through the shadows.
Having introduced ambitious renewables goals for power generation, Hawaii is now looking at cleaning up ground transportation, a major source of fossil fuel consumption.
The Constitutional Court of Ecuador has issued a ruling in favor of those affected by the transnational oil company Chevron, through its subsidiary Texaco in Ecuador between 1964 and 1990.