The program gives electric vehicle owners free chargers and in return gets to use the technology to bring down energy costs for ratepayers during peak energy use times.
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Shuchi Talati discusses sunlight-blocking aerosols, ocean seeding, rogue geoengineers—and a misunderstood field
FERC, called a ‘rubber stamp’ by critics, begins policy review for approval of natural gas pipelines
The federal government has opened a review on whether its policies governing approval of interstate natural-gas pipelines should be revamped, an issue often raised by critics of the rapid expansion of industry infrastructure in New Jersey.
Two of Governor Andrew Cuomo's political opponents were at an Earth Day rally on climate change attended by hundreds at the State Capitol, where they said the governor's energy policies are far from adequate.
Pipeline protesters claim threat of climate change compelled them to act.
Who should pay the costs for climate-change-related disasters?
Form of carbon incorporated into concrete created stronger, more water-resistant composite material that could reduce emissions.
Unusual sea conditions likely caused scores of little blue penguins to starve to death.
The EPA administrator will go to the Hill on Thursday to testify before a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee and a House Appropriations subpanel.
By 2100, minor flooding along the Louisiana coast could become a daily occurrence.
Elizabeth Royte, a contributing editor at FERN, writes about the long history of nitrate contamination in the water of Pretty Prairie, Kansas, a farming community just west of Wichita, in the latest issue of Harper's Magazine.
Everyone in fashion is talking about “circularity,” but just focusing on reuse isn’t enough to lower the industry’s massive carbon footprint.
A mass migration would deliver more ticks and likely more disease to Canada in coming years, in the form of beautiful waves of song sparrows and wrens, red-winged blackbirds, and warblers