Climeworks plans to use the carbon dioxide captured at a facility near Zurich as fertilizer for greenhouses.
In good news for the fight against climate change, global use of energy is decreasing while the economy is growing. Less energy use no longer means less growth.
Jet engine exhaust gets scrutiny and regulation, after the EPA finds it contributes to climate change and thus harms public health.
Forests are massive carbon sinks, and the U.S., alongside other developed countries, are donating large sums of money to protect these carbon-rich landscapes from deforestation.
As the presence of industrial power declines, clean energy dents carbon emissions.
"Climate smart" soil management could unlock carbon solutions.
New NOAA study shows that rethinking the way we distribute energy is key to cutting emissions.
Rhode Island plans to have the water-bound wind turbine in the U.S., but the wind is changing in the South, too.
New proposed EPA rules drastically would cut carbon emissions and oil consumption by extra large vehicles.
The Environmental Protection Agency took a first step toward regulating emissions from large aircraft by finding that such emissions endanger public health by contributing to climate change.