Another stifling heat wave is on tap this week for large portions of Europe, including most of France, Spain, Portugal and the United Kingdom. Unlike the first heat wave, which ran from the end of June
the first American city to ban natural gas infrastructure in new buildings last week after PG&E, the second-largest U.S. utility and notably both a gas and electric utility, publicly supported the move.
It is called "the dead zone," an area as large as 10,000 square miles of Lake Erie's surface. The dead zone is filled with oxygen absorbing algae, fed by fertilizer used mostly for farming near the lake
If you’re still enjoying sitting down to dinner then what’s the point in reverting? I try to be coherent in my own way of life and these products There is a scene in the documentary Blue Planet II where
(CNN) — You can make something out of nothing. Or so one company claims. Food tech company Solar Foods says it has created a natural protein source from a mix of carbon dioxide, water and renewable electricity.
Germany, a poster child for responsible energy, is renouncing nuclear and coal. The problem is, say many power producers and grid operators, it may struggle to keep the lights on. The country, the biggest
As climate change accelerates, scientists are proposing ever more radical solutions. The latest? Use snow cannons to shoot ocean water onto the Antarctic ice sheet, so that it will re-freeze. Sea level
Increasing the Earth’s forests by an area the size of the United States would cut atmospheric carbon dioxide 25 percent. An area the size of the United States could be restored as forests with the potential
From Alaska to Europe, the world has spent the past few weeks roasting under temperatures never before seen in recorded history. In Alaska, all-time-high record temperatures were set across the state July