A solar revolution in some of the poorest areas of the Philippines began in 2011, but it didn't involve panels.
A study of grasslands on six continents suggests a way to counteract the human-made overdose of fertilizer that threatens to permanently alter the biodiversity of the world’s native prairies.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is relying on three companies to help lower the cost of going solar through the development of innovative technologies..
Inland Oil Spills Could Threaten Lakes, Streams and Rivers if Keystone XL Approved
Many people don't know of a state with more than one community using 100-percent renewable electricity, but one state has nearly 100 of them.
Comfrey Jacobs appeared in U.S. federal court today for his first arraignment after being arrested for blocking the road to Yellowstone National Park's bison trap on March 6.
Each year, "Big Food" spends $2 billion in marketing campaigns to get its unhealthy snacks and sugary drinks into the hands of children.
Today, protesters in Philadelphia, PA, targeted the corrupt process that produced the U.S. State Department’s final analysis claiming the Keystone XL pipeline would not cause any “significant” climate damage.
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By Harvey Wasserman, Jill Stein and David Swanson
Since the controversial introduction in the mid-nineties of genetically engineered(GE) food and crops, and the subsequent fast-tracking of those crops by the federal government—with no independent safety-testing or labeling
As the U.S. government continues to issue warnings regarding raw dairy products, several European countries have done just the opposite by expanding access through unpasteurized milk vending machines, according to
By Dr. Rianne Teule
A group of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technologysay that liquid metals could provide the solution to a solar energy challenge—ensuring that the power is available at all
Last week, 240 Greenpeace activists from national and regional offices took action across Europe to highlight the risk of aging nuclear reactors.
Researchers have debated for more than two decades the likely impacts, if any, of global warmingon the worldwide incidence of malaria, a mosquito-borne disease that infects more than 300
By Katie Rucke
A report published Mondayby the Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) and ClientEarth shows how a leaked proposal from chemical lobbying groups could damage future protective legislation on toxic
Yesterday, hundreds of people gathered in Piccadilly Gardens and marched through Manchester, England for one of the largest anti-fracking rallies in UK history. Police estimated nearly 1,000 protesters attended the
Coal ash—the residue from burning coal to generate electricity—is abundant and cheap
The sinuous road that winds from the city of Oaxaca, in Southern Mexico, to the towering peaks of Sierra Juárez is bordered by dense pine and oak forests teeming with