What used to be considered waste is now seen as raw material for producing biogas, a viable energy alternative to nuclear and fossil fuels.
More than a third of Germany's electricity this year has come from wind, solar, biomass and hydro—but the country still has a long way to go when it comes to clean energy.
Making more land in the Amazon available for farming and ranching means felling more trees to make space, and that risks less production, because of deforestation’s effect on the climate.
The world’s rainforests may be able to weather the assaults of climate change more robustly than scientists had earlier thought, says a new study.
With biomass pioneers advancing their technology, the smelly stuff that you throw away today may be providing electricity for your home tomorrow.Almost like magic, biomass developers are tapping more and more kinds of waste to produce clean, renewable energy.