President Obama, Al Gore and other alarmists continue to prophesy manmade global warming crises, brought on by our "unsustainable" reliance on fossil fuels. Modelers like Mike Mann and Gavin Schmidt conjure up illusory crisis "scenarios" base
Hell yeah, solar roads!
Hell yeah, solar roads!
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One of ten brilliant innovations from our 2015 Invention Awards
Study adds to growing concerns over the public health risks associated with shale gas boom
Finding sources of energy isn't actually difficult. It comes from wind, from water, from the sun, from the geothermal forces in the heart of the planet itself.
"All we need to live a good life surrounds us. Sun, wind, people, buildings, stones, sea, birds, and plants. Cooperation with all these things brings harmony, opposition to them brings disaster and chaos." – Bill Mollison, Co-Founder of Perma
Commitments already made by world governments to cut carbon emissions aren't enough to keep global warming below the crucial 2C target but a strong deal is still possible in Paris, says economist .
Antarctica's Dry Valleys are the most arid places on Earth, but underneath their icy soils lies a vast and ancient network of salty, liquid water filled with life, a new study finds.
A stark black disc haloed by streaks of light -- a team of scientists captured this image of a total solar eclipse over the Arctic in March.
While Most Wait for the Federal Government, California May Have Just Broken the Methane Puzzle Wide Open
As drought and water shortages become more of a concern in places like California, scientists are looking for new ways to solve the problem.
At the Aspen Environment Forum today, MIT professor Dan Nocera gave a revolutionary picture of the new energy economy with an assertion that our homes will be our power plants and our fuel stations, powered by sunlight and water. And it's not scien
You learn to put up with a lot when you live in Mexico State. The electricity is always going out, and there's never enough running water.
Some of the most beautiful night skies in the United States can be found on public lands managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), a division of the U.S. Department of the Interior.
There are many risk factors that increase our chances of suffering a stroke, such as alcohol use, smoking, and eating a poor diet. It turns out that air pollution is also a risk factor for stroke.
PASADENA, Calif. -- Landslides coming off Catalina Island's steep slopes could send tsunamis racing toward popular Los Angeles and Orange County beaches with just a few minutes of warning,
JB is a Tesla co-founder and its current CTO. He's the #1 battery guy. Assuming you put Elon Musk as Tesla's #1, I think you have to put JB as Tesla's #2.
A 2015 Tesla 70kWh Model S (aka Tesla 70D) electric car is being raffled off on June 13, 2015, at 7 pm, in Denver, by the Messner Foundation*.
Kyocera Corporation and Century Tokyo Leasing Corporation announced that their joint venture, Kyocera TCL Solar, has completed construction of two floating solar power plants in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan.
Wow, that was fast. Just last January we told you about the Energy Department's search for a transformative new design for lightweight vehicles, and the agency is has already picked a winner.
Designed by renowned Italian architect Giancarlo Zema and produced by EcoFloLife, the WaterNest 100 is an eco-friendly floating housing unit.
German Architect Andre Broessel believes he has a solution that can "squeeze more juice out of the sun", even during the night hours and in low-light regions.
Forty-five years ago today, the Left celebrated their first Earth Day. Nothing has come of it. But they still celebrate it. They take their anniversaries seriously.
Gold worth more than £7bn is being thrown away amid the 42 million tons of electronic and electrical equipment discarded by consumers each year, according to United Nations experts.
You might've heard that if there's one food you shouldn't be buying in the middle of California's drought, it's almonds.
Earlier this week Michael Snyder warned that the bottom of our food chain is going through a catastrophic collapse with sea creatures dying in absolutely massive numbers.