Here comes another dismal science forecast, with human carbon emissions due to rise this year.
Mexico plans to produce 43 percent of its electricity from renewables within six years.
For their own selfish reasons the Saudis may inadvertently be helping the world avoid the worst consequences of climate change.
Investments are falling and jobs vanishing in the American solar sector. New tariffs on imports are blamed.
The country’s march to this renewable is a reason for climate optimism because it is happening under adverse circumstances.
In one of the world’s sunniest countries, the government remains lukewarm about its potential to harness solar energy, despite the plummeting costs of doing so.
Sun-fueled flight is now at least theoretically possible, new experiments show—but scientists have a long way to go before carbon-neutral aircraft actually fly.
For starters, the solar energy sector now employs more people than Apple, Google and Facebook combined.