New York City has set its sights on net zero energy for its wastewater treatment plants, demonstrating that net zero is a realistic goal in unlikely places.
Author: Tina Casey
EPA is “upping its game” in response to the Volkswagen scandal and “putting manufacturers on notice” that the agency will be looking specifically for defeat devices. He wouldn’t give away any specifics, except to let manufacturers know that “we will be keeping your car longer.”
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A leap in sensing technology is on track to make hyper-local air pollution data in cities just as accessible and useful to the public as the weather report.
It’s toast: Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton clarified her opposition to the Keystone XL Pipeline this week, and the White House backed her up.
A new report from the so-called “Big Green Radical” organization Greenpeace reveals the fracking industry’s influence on academic studies.
The hydrogen economy could transition from dream to reality if Toyota’s renewable hydrogen and fuel cell demonstration project in Japan proves successful.
A new study lifts the curtain on the computer gaming community’s carbon footprint, adding a new twist to social-impact gaming and consumer engagement.
As rumors fly about the impending Keystone XL permit denial, U.S. solar generation soars to new heights thanks partly to the support of corporate citizens.
Fleet managers are turning to compressed natural gas (CNG) in the short term, but fossil gas as a source is highly problematic, and algae biofuel presents a long-term solution.
Volkswagen is partnering in the European V-Charge initiative, designed to add the convenience of electric vehicle charging to automated parking and driverless cars.
Ikea hooked up with Bloom Energy to become the latest high-profile global company to adopt fuel cells for clean, renewable on-site energy generation.
More bad news about fracking: it is becoming increasingly clear that businesses seeking clean alternatives to coal and oil should skip over natural gas.
Three new fracking studies underscore how natural gas fracking violates Pope Francis’s new encyclical on climate change and environmental stewardship.