Areas starved of oxygen in open ocean and by coasts have soared in recent decades, risking dire consequences for marine life and humanity Ocean dead zones with zero oxygen have quadrupled in size since
Quick: think of a short list of the most frequent-traveling people that you know. Whether that list is full of frequent flying points-chasers who are well-acquainted with in-flight mimosas or budget backpackers
Remember when China was the climate-action outcast, the obstacle standing in the way of progress in the global fight against a warming planet? What a difference a few years — and an election — can make.
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Although the company has always offered energy storage options, like its Powerwall and Powerpack, Tesla has officially solidified itself as a player in the energy space by acquiring SolarCity in a deal
Where there’s a market with creaking infrastructure to be disrupted, blockchain technology will disrupt it. At least that’s what some proponents of blockchain tech, which shares many of the same principles
Bless them all. Let’s be honest: 2016 was one of the worst years ever. For black people, it was especially trying thanks the the racism that Donald Trump’s presidential campaign (and eventual election)
Distributed energy will be able to play in wholesale energy markets. That’s a big deal. Given the state of US politics, it’s safe to say that very few people are paying attention to the Federal Energy
So, what could America's newly elected climate-denier-in-chief do to undermine action on the climate threat? Here are five ways President Donald J. Trump could spell doom for the planet. 1. Dismantle EPA.
WUJIANG, China (Reuters) - Thousands of tonnes of urban waste are hidden behind scrubbed white walls at a new power plant on the outskirts of the Chinese city of Wujiang, with even its chimney disguised
As Donald Trump prepares to become President of the United States, many environmentalists have expressed concerns about “The Planet.” Elizabeth Kolbert writing for the New Yorker used the headline “With