Unplug On March 1
It may not be easy but try to take part in National Unplugging Day
It may not be easy but try to take part in National Unplugging Day
40% of the world's nuclear power plants now in development are located in China
Tune in to a multi-sided discussion of the Dutch style harbor barrier idea to protect New Yorkers from all tomorrows' floods
Here's how water conservation projects can be a good way to grow green jobs
Closed since Fukushima, Japan will restart its nuclear generator fleet this year
New research finds climate-induced slo-mo airflows explain weird weather events in the US and Europe
Consult the map to see if you are eligible to apply for a NYC Green Infrastructure grant
Some people just have the best ideas about carbonfree energy
The NYC Building Resiliency Task Force spotlights clean distributed energy as key to making urban structures safer in a storm
Gas-fired home boilers and fossil-fueled vehicles must be phased out by 2050 for the UK to meet its carbon-cut commitments
First quarter earnings miss targets for the world's largest thin-film PV panel maker
Handicapping the price of CO2 emissions after elections in Australia this fall
What will be the most lasting energy initiatives from Steven Chu's tenure at DOE?
Someday, politicians in the Capitol will learn climate action lessons from the advance work done in California
Post-Fukushima disputes over safety rules and industry muscle roil the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
The GAO adds climate change and weather satellites to its list of things that put federal installations at high risk
The cost of a new car in New York City could discourage ownership
Harlem Education Action Fund youth eco-interviews now on YouTube
When American climate activism seems more politically effective than its Australian counterpart, that's not good
The new San Francisco 49ers stadium scores with 400 kW of solar power
A LEED-Gold tower in Times Square leases 70% of its office space and 100% of its retail space
The premier of Alberta Canada, home to the XL Keystone project, sees no conflict between fighting climate change and exploiting its tar sands
New York State makes grants of $4 million for three energy efficiency projects in the Buffalo-Niagara region
Finding the pro-fossil fuel biases in the financial system
Mannheim, Germany hosts the newest pilot program for electric-powered buses that recharge wirelessly
If climate science is right, why haven't air temperatures soared over the last decade?
Fujifilm invents a nano-technology that converts body heat into electricity
A revolution in 3D printing could transform solar panel industry
Why distributed, decentralized power supplies could become the new normal
Silicon Valley venture capital is shifting from financing renewables to demand response by way of smart grid technologies
How is Macy's pursuing its energy efficient better buildings goals?
Here's why the subway is a great way to explore NYC
Structural flaws in New England's power market lie at the root of recent electricity shortages
US fossil fuel giant, Chevron, spends $349 million on Australian shale gas resources
Bill McKibben makes his case for the oil disinvestment movement
The environmental movement has energy, what it needs is power
Affordable housing in a former Bronx hospital building saves everyone money with a combined heat and power system
Climate policy reliant on energy tech innovation won't be our silver bullet
Methane from a biogas plant on land owned by Prince Charles will be sold into the national grid
A bill to foster development of offshore wind passes a key vote in Maryland
How is Holland using natural systems to face threats in the 21st century?
Yingli, a Chinese solar panel maker, is on track to become the world's biggest
Korea issues its first $500 million bond deal to finance projects promoting 'low carbon and climate resilient growth'
Scientists fear a major, methane-releasing meltdown of the Earth's permafrost is on the way
Win. lose or draw, what are the organizing lessons from the battle over importing Canadian tar sand oil?
January 2013 saw 1,231 MW of new renewable power capacity, almost triple that of last January
Australian use and export of coal outstrips the climate impact of its domestic carbon tax policy
Secretary of State Kerry spotlights the importance of taking action on climate change in his first big speech
Smart grid advocates spotlight rebuilding lessons to be learned from Superstorm Sandy
Photos show the progress in building the final section of NYC's High Line Park
Prime Minister Abe will ask President Obama to allow the export of US liquefied natural gas to Japan
Skepticism about the impact of an EU vote sends carbon emissions permit prices down 20%
The President will name Gina McCarthy to lead the EPA and Ernest Moniz to head the Department of Energy
Urban planners & port authorities rethink what's needed to keep their cities safe and their assets operational as weird weather encroaches
New Jersey's biggest power utility proposes, in the wake of Sandy's devastation, to invest $4B for growing system resilience
Few things are as controversial as climate action agendas where they cross with fossil fuel projects
Climate scientists foresee an America without New Orleans and coastal cities like Boston retreating to their 17th Century footprint
Richard Kauffman, New York's new Chair of Energy Policy & Finance speaks about the rise of distributed power and the role of a green bank
Section 115 of the Clean Air Act could be a potent legal lever for combating climate change according to an NYU Law School-linked petition to the EPA
China is unlikely to meet its goals for producing shale gas industry and moving toward energy independence
The UK low carbon, high tech sector is not keeping up with the competition and calls more more government R&D
Today, laboratory researchers are developing first generation high performance windows
Letters-to-the-Editor tackle a Leonhardt NYT column about the climate-green jobs nexus
Think Enron-type scams of energy prices are a thing of the past?
Leaking pits that store waste from tar sands drilling in Alberta, Canada contaminate ground water
Reports of the death of clean tech investing are premature
The federal GAO reports on worrying gaps in US weather satellites' data reporting abilities
What are the prospects for bioengineering and carbon capture to slash global GHG emissions?
As global city traffic grows, solutions to soaring pedestrian fatalities are needed
A venerable Liverpool shipyard gets 10-15% of its revenues from handling equipment destined for offshore wind projects
The Chinese city of Xuchang gets $115 million to install 60 MW of rooftop solar power by 2015
For the first time, Argentina plans to grow its solar power capacity
Creating or restoring soft edge ecosystems can play a big part in flood-proofing Manhattan
Tips from NYERSDA & Con Ed for making homes more energy efficient
The recent rise of on-tap renewable power plays a real role in cutting the US carbon footprint.
Intersecting forces are shutting down prospects for nuclear power in Europe
The Urban Green Council spells out how NYC can cut its carbon footprint 90% by the year 2050
What is a virtual power plant and who is investing?
Now there's a new open source journal dedicated to the science of the Anthropocene Era
We don't have an energy supply problem, we have an energy waste problem and here's how to solve it
Experts ask how much time is left before climate damage from burning fossil fuels is irreversible?
Royal Dutch Shell points out to the EU that a near-zero carbon emissions permit price will accomplish zero
The Mayor of London wants to create the world's first center-city area where vehicle access is only for ultraclean fuel users
Former Congressman Bob Inglis is a man on a mission to convince conservatives that climate action is the right thing to do
Minneapolis joins the growing list of US cities with a building energy benchmarking law
Are you an architect with ideas for revitalizing NYC? Here's the competition for you
GHG emissions from European air travel drop as fuel efficiency - and crowded seating - rise
Climate change deniers in Australia seem to be losing steam
Lessons learned by the founder of a New York green buildings energy retrofit program launched in 1996
NYU is gifted $40 million for a new a cities and the urban environment institute
Ideas for attaining the President's SOTU call for buildings to cut energy use 50% over the next two decades
Valentine's Day could be the day for Senators Sanders & Boxer to announce a climate tax bill
Hoboken, NJ asks whether the old emergency response playbook for hurricanes should be rewritten for high-rise cities and embrace resilient distributed power systems
Closed since being inundated by Sandy, the South Ferry subway station might bere-opened for awhile
Click here to find out how Microsoft put its own price on carbon on its path to carbon neutrality
The price of ethanol-from-surgarcane futures outpaces the raw sugar price on Brazilian markets
Thawing of the world's CO2 trapping permafrost happens faster the more it melts
Chances for a stripped down offshore Maryland wind farm pick up speed
Time to give the urban infrastructure the love and attention it needs - and we need
Women at the forefront of urban sustainability share what they've learned by doing
Why will global sea level rise flood coastal cities in different ways?
GE is now the world's biggest wind power equipment maker, toppling a Danish firm from its #1 position
Oxford University to study fossil-fuel dependent facilities at risk of becoming stranded assets in a greener economy
A Canadian pension fund invests £500 million in the London Array offshore wind farm
Wind power is wonderful, but wind turbines on roofs or in building structures, maybe not so great
For the first time, global solar power capacity tops 100 gigawatts
A former Conservative-government minister warning against investing in fossil fuel firms in a fast-changing climate
Lukewarmers aren't worried about the evidence of climate change, they should be
The US and China have good reasons to cooperate on developing clean energy industries, but are good reasons enough to make deals?
Barely a breeze stirs the US offshore wind industry
A Labor Party amendment to end the use of fossil fuels by electric utilities is excised by Conservatives
The costs to cities of storms, droughts and other weird weather are immense
Sometimes sarcasm is the best way to confront Fox News coverage of solar power
Will the next big thing in smart grid development be open source software?
Cheap US black coal floods European energy markets and countries burn more dirty brown coal too
US homes and businesses could save billions of dollars every year through energy efficiency
A French utility develops a 300 MW wind power project in Morocco for the local market
If adopted, a model rule drafted by a coalition of northeast states will shrink its cap on carbon emissions 45% from 2015-2020 while containing permit costs
With sophisticated daylighting controls and underfloor ventilation the New York Times building is a proving ground for energy efficiency
The Manhattan Borough President announces an East River-side open space plan
How can we cut economic losses and taxpayer exposure in a post-Sandy weird weather world?
Put names and numbers to the truism that the world is sprawling urban, big time!
Japan is on a path to import US liquified natural gas, signaling a shift in US energy export policy
Mayor Bloomberg is not a fan of Governor Cuomo's proposal to get people to move out of risky flood zones
At the leading edge of climate research, calculating how much temperatures will rise given stipulated levels of atmospheric CO2
With five years of operating and cost data, the New York Times building proves it's a real energy efficiency star
The nuclear power industry faces energy policy and economics challenges for both new construction and repairs
Starting a bike sharing program in Manila that folks will take to requires stamina
Will Governor Cuomo's Energy Highway plan mean the end for the Indian Point nuclear power plant?
The Bullitt Foundation in Seattle has sky-high performance goals for its new Center
A Pennsylvania-based real-estate investment trust (REIT) benchmarks the energy performance of 129 properties
Mapping the impact of 5 and 7.5 foot storm surges in Boston
With soaring data-gathering capacity, can big data tell us about whether we are succeeding or how to plan for tomorrow?
University researchers discover how sea urchins store CO2, opening the way to new carbon capture techniques
With its desalinization plant down and costly to fix, Melbourne, Australia might fill its water supply gap with recycled stormwater - Sydney & Adelaide, heads up!
Congressman Henry Waxman forms a Bicameral Task Force on Climate Change and has a to-do-list for Congress and the President
Disinvestment & deep-green investment are two trendy ways to protect the climate and still make money
Desmogging the air in Chinese cities requires effective fuel regulations for cars and trucks
To-frack-or-not-to-frack grabs center stage at New York State Environmental Conservation budget hearings
Preparing for rising seas and storm surges, San Francisco plans a strategic highway relocation
For the first time since the 1970's New Yorkers can install garbage disposals in their sinks
Gas pipelines and electric transmission lines are just two of the energy transport systems running into opposition through challenges to eminent domain
The path to climate progress can't rely on the old regulatory tool kit
The coal industry sees its chance in the Super Bowl blackout
Federal regulators consider revising rules for small power generators seeking connection to the grid (not for the faint-hearted)
By 2020, the price of solar thermal electric in Australia could be 50% cheaper than today
Become sensitive to the critical climate debate, how hot will it get?
NYC's plan to finance a west side extension of the 7 line subway relies on new property taxes the recession wiped out
The UK's door is ajar for Chinese investors to help finance construction of 4 nuclear reactors
Strange things have been happening in the Himalayas
Overall. US emissions and energy trends are good climate news
What's the takeaway on Steven Chu's tenure at the Department of Energy?
AB 32 is California's field experiment in what a state can do to protect the climate
Belgium will build an island dedicated to storing North Sea wind energy
Delaware's the state with the biggest drop in CO2 emissions from 1994-2010
The EPA seeks to clean up its blighted biofuels program
Yet another reminder that the Americans pay lower gas taxes than almost anyone else
But is there a chance for a federal carbon tax?
Colbert flays today's do-nothing climate fatalists and makes you laugh too