Fossil fuel free is an ambitious goal, even for Denmark. But with forward thinking, flexible politicians like Ms. Olsen Dyhr, Denmark has a great chance to pull off such [...]
A B.C. researcher has received funding to develop systems to reduce fuel consumption and emissions in long-haul trucks.
While public concerns about the effects of coal seam gas on surface and groundwater are well known, air emissions including known carcinogens from CSG mining need proper [...]
Enforcement for California’s cap-and-trade program began with the new year, but environmental organizations are voicing concern that the climate control measure may only [...]
Unless we rein in greenhouse gas emissions, outdoor skating in parts of Canada could be history within the next 50-100 years.
The annual ritual of climate negotiations has just ended in Doha, following a pattern similar to previous climate conferences. The negotiations continued late into the night. [...]
Greenhouse gas emissions remained relatively flat over 2011 despite a 1 percent increase in production, says an industry group.
A controversial plan that would require all planes that fly in and out of European Union states to pay for their carbon emissions was suspended Monday.
Along many highways in America’s heartland, large windmills can be found covering acres of land.
A court in Brazil ordered the halting of work on a hydro-electric dam in the Amazon, saying that local indigenous people living nearby were not consulted.