In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, a study suggests that conservation can protect potential storm victims
Nature may have its own way of adapting to climate change, as a new study shows that forests get more economic with water as greenhouse gases levels increase
Why Obama’s alternative-energy agenda may be his biggest legacy
Existing research suggests that hurricanes could become stronger but less frequent thanks to climate change. But a new study says both could happen.
Obama has probably done more than anyone in the history of the planet to reduce carbon emissions
New York has always been terrible when it comes to recycling, but Mayor Michael Bloomberg is trying to change that. But can he get New Yorkers to recycle their leftovers?
TED talk from Alex Laskey, the co-founder of the energy efficiency company Opower.
A look from above reveals the long road to full recovery in New York and New Jersey.
Michael Levi is my favorite energy wonk — and not just because we both had to endure waiting for hours in the cold outside the 2009 U.N. climate-change conference in Copenhagen.
Torrential rains across the central United States forced the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to close about a dozen locks on the Illinois River and the Mississippi Rivers north of St. Louis late last week.
North Dakota’s oil boom has been called everything from the region’s equivalent of a gold rush, to its version of Silicon Valley. And it’s all thanks to a the Bakken formation, a 360 million year old shale tectonic plate sitting …
While the environmental movement has made the Keystone XL pipeline a line in the sand for U.S. climate policy, the project itself will have little impact on carbon emissions and on climate change.