Why is United States in an especially precarious position when it comes to energy?
A thirty-year war for energy pre-eminence? You wouldn’t wish it on a desperate planet. But that’s where we’re headed and there’s no turning back.
Is dirty energy the only way to meet the huge demands of the modern world? New numbers suggest renewables could do the job—and more.
How droughts, the Arab Spring and the decline of nuclear power are shaping the future of global energy consumption.
The world’s second-largest economy is emerging as a pacesetter in solar and wind technology.
James Howard Kunstler discusses how finance and energy are running neck and neck to fuel the end of advanced industrial civilization.
The American economy needs a clean tech transformation.
Naidoo talks about disappointments at Copenhagen, coalition-building among progressive organizations and the uncomfortable truth about consumption and quality of life.
If the administration is serious about renewable energy, why won't it put solar panels on the roof of the White House?
China must do two things at once: continue to industrialize while sharply limiting carbon emissions. Will its newfound focus on renewable energy technology be enough?