Pet dogs and cats are only making global warming worse, according to a UCLA study.
To function, power grids require demand to exactly match supply, which is an enormous problem for variable wind and solar power.
“I don’t want to just hope the wind blows to light up your homes and your factories,” Trump told supporters at a rally in Iowa. “As the birds fall to the ground.”
Nuclear provides the cleanest power, yet environmental groups will soon petition South Carolina regulators to shut down partially-completed reactors in an attempt to boost subsidies for inefficient wind and solar.
More than 70 percent of climate models underestimated the amount of rain compared to real world observations.
OPEC has asked the U.S. to stop producing so much oil, according to a report Thursday. Saudi Arabia is not enjoying free markets and the shale energy revolution.
An offshore wind farm in Rhode Island went online Monday, but building it cost $150,000 for every household powered.
A prototype solar roadway in Idaho was supposed to represent a possible green energy future, but technical issues have exposed just how far off the technology is from prime time.
Polar bear populations are still growing despite global warming, according to new research.
Storing solar energy in batteries for nighttime use actually increases both energy consumption and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, the study found.
Predictions that global warming would wipe out polar bears are based on “scientifically unsound” computer models, according to a new study by a veteran zoologist at the University of Victoria.
A botched green energy subsidy scheme will cost U.K. taxpayers more than $1.4 billion, or more than 45 times its initial cost projections, according to a whistleblower.
Environmentalists are really worried that your home’s Christmas lights will ruin the planet.
Hydraulic fracturing generated $3.5 trillion in new wealth between 2012 and 2014 in spite of falling oil prices, according to a new study, but today’s rising prices could be even better for the U.S. e
Dr. Gavin Schmidt, the director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, told the Independent he and other government scientists are “not going to stand” for any funding cuts or other interference in their work.