Heat or eat: that’s the stark choice faced by many low-income families during cold New York winters, according to Scott Oliver of PathStone, a non-profit group in upstate New York. But that could change. In...

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Two of the country’s leading energy experts spoke at the SPUR Urban Center in San Francisco, California on June 2, 2016 to discuss renewable energy.

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Nearly all future growth in greenhouse gases will come from the world’s emerging economies, and preventing dangerous global warming depends on their reducing emissions growth. Thus it is troubling that Turkey, the world’s 17th largest economy, plans...

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With the end of COP 21 and the signing of the historic Paris Agreement, it’s not just countries that are thinking about how to reduce emissions—individuals are...

What happens when a company misleads consumers and intentionally pollutes the environment? We asked some of our authors to comment on the recent...

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Mangrove planting in Kiribati. Photo by Kennedy Warne.

 

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An early model of Google's self-driving car.

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New York City's daily carbon dioxide emissions visualized. Each sphere represents a ton of carbon.

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In this installment of this occasional series, we hear from...

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