A surprising state dominates the list of municipalities shifting to renewable energy.
As the market for solar energy grows, so, too, do the possibilities for generating that power.
U.S. Department of Labor announces $35 million in grants to transform the coal workforce into one for safer and more promising occupations.
With a foray into deforestation policy and solar energy in China, Apple is moving into a new phase of its sustainability goals.
The Big Apple is following the lead of cities such as Los Angeles in breaking down barriers to address interconnected social and environmental obstacles.
With concerns about volatility and stranded assets, there is increasing pressure for colleges and other institutions to divest away from fossil fuels.
Insiders agree that algae-based foods, fuels and other products will be price-competitive with their traditional counterparts by 2020.
As food scarcity issues gain traction around the world, Africa provides an example of how small-scale sustainable farmers can be threatened by much larger operations.
Next year, the automotive giant will get 12 percent of its North American electricity from renewables.
Ten percent of all Bangladeshi households rely on solar power, while floating schools and farms are a hedge against rising seas.