Climate change is getting in the way of a $17 million, 4-year study designed to determine the effects of climate change on northern ecosystems and communities. Researchers say global warming is making the first leg of the well-planned exploration to perilous to carry out.
A United Nations representative recently spoke at the IATA’s most recent international conference to urge the world’s airlines to do more to stop the human trafficking.
President Donald Trump’s plan to reform the air traffic control system across the U.S. could actually result the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions due to increased efficiencies. Do not count on the president to sell those benefits as he touts his plan, however.
We’ll Always Have Paris: Why U.S. Withdrawal from the Agreement Won’t Stop Us from Meeting Its Goals
Biomethane, or renewable energy gas (RNG) is already cost competitive and climate-positive. It and other off-the-shelf technologies can help U.S. entities meet the commitments of the Paris Accord without the support of the federal government.
Local officials touted the launch of an extensive solar-powered electric vehicle charging infrastructure across the San Joaquin Valley. But is this money well spent in an area where EVs are still a rare sight?
Thanks to new technologies and renewed interest from the public and private sectors, the hydrogen economy is in the headlines once again. And this time it may be for real.
Eric Lundgren, who advises companies on recycling, built his own $12,900 electric vehicle from salvaged materials – and it took on a Tesla Model S in Southern California to see which has the longer range.
The autonomous electric vehicle economy is poised to deliver lower costs that will reshape our lives. The “mobility as a service” sector is projected to save the average American household $5,600 a year by 2030. But we can expect big shake-ups in the mean time.
The U.K. discount carrier says its emissions-reduction measures have been so successful that it plans to rewrite its long-term sustainability goals.
A bad mix of ill-advised auto loans and empty promises from ridesharing companies could leave big-city transit infrastructures vulnerable across the U.S.
Electric vehicles anchor a critical mass of technologies poised to slash transportation costs through a new business model often called mobility as a service, or MaaS.
The concept of car ownership will change dramatically over the next 13 years, say California think tank RethinkX. By 2030, only 20 percent of Americans will drive cars — if, of course, autonomous car technology can go mainstream.