The state-run bank will use Superstorm Sandy disaster relief funds to help finance increasing the number of distributed energy resources.
The United States ranked a "disappointing" 13 out of 16 nations in a recent study by the ACEEE.
A study by Columbia University's Earth Engineering Center highlights opportunities already developed in Europe.
The director of Columbia University's Earth Institute talks carbon cutting and climate change.
How have U.S. power sector emissions changed over the last 40 years? These charts will show you.
The professional league fears that a warming world may leave young hockey players holding the stick.
The company will buy enough wind power to power one data center, which is enough to satisfy the needs of 70,000 families.
Here are four ways companies -- not just tech giants -- can source low-carbon power for their data centers.
A climate change book makes a tough subject more engaging.
Can we avert a climate disaster? A new book from Andrew Simms offers a a radical and optimistic answer.
Carbon Tracker's 2011 report helped launch the fossil fuel divestment movement. Now it's insisting that Shell's position underestimates high risk to investors.
After more than a century with little change, electricity infrastructure is being remade. Is a microgrid coming soon to your backyard?
The University of Dayton the 13th university to divest its fossil fuel holdings.
Primatologist Biruté Galdikas thought all was lost when she learned that palm oil company PT Best was about to destroy Borneo's Seruyan Forest.
The City of Bloomington, Ind., has big plans for a parcel of land in its bustling downtown.
As students demand more healthful and sustainable food at school, 140 campuses are committing to serve more "real food" by 2020.
The Army base is marching forward with a system to direct backup power where it's needed, regardless of where it's generated.
Policymakers and business leaders around the world prepare for publication of wide-ranging new emissions standards for U.S. power stations.
The oil giant sent a message with its response to a shareholder proposal: We're going to ignore this risk. It's safe for investors to do the same.
Former top U.S. energy regulator Jon Wellinghoff explains why the vertically integrated power paradigm of electric utilities is about to disintegrate.