Within ten years, 100 percent of California’s busses will run off of electricity. Here’s what decision makers need to know.
LEED certification means a facility is more than just eco-friendly; it also helps curb costs and improve productivity.
As the coal industry experiences a steep decline, renewable options like wind and solar prove not only to be a cleaner way of powering countries like the US, but also a cheaper one.
The Powerwall 2 recently allowed a Northern California local to be able to keep his lights on during a power outage in his area.
A new bill proposed would be an aggressive attempt to cut down on DC’s carbon emissions.
A new report finds that greenhouse gas emissions and the rising global temperature will have dire consequences in the near future.
The group must work successfully through the trial period before heading out to clean up the “Great Pacific Garbage Patch.”
You Wu, an MIT grad, has developed an innovative way to detect leaks in water pipes before they become catastrophic.
A law that passed in the State Assembly seeks to make California stop reliance on fossil fuels completely by 2045.
The continent enters its first week of phasing out halogen bulbs, and encouraging the use of LEDs.