The proposal would help reshape where Americans get electricity, away from a coal-dependent past into a future fired by cleaner sources of energy
Thousands of fish are expected to die in Honolulu waters after 1,400 tons of molasses oozed into the harbor, state officials said.
Paul Simpson, CEO of CDP, highlights that there is a financial case for companies to curb their greenhouse emissions, but that there are not listening to it.
Varun Sivaram, Senior Advisor on Energy and Water Policy to Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa describes how the city plans to wean itself from coal dependence by 2025.
Didier Leroy, Toyota Europe CEO, expects the company's market share to improve this year due, in part, to its "leadership in terms of hybrid technology".
Jyrki Maki-Kala, CFO of Neste Oil, discusses the "very strong" demand for renewable diesel following the release of an upwardly-revised guidance, and the group's plans going forward.
As the world watches Syria amid concerns of a U.S.-led military intervention, halfway across the globe a nuclear disaster could be unfolding with the potential for years of repercussions in Japan.
As CNBC's "Global Opportunities: South Korea" series continues, Chloe Cho checks out the country's push for green growth.
Six years after trotting out a highly acclaimed commitment to protect a rain forest, Ecuador's leftist president wants to yank the plan in favor of oil exploration.
Jonathan Robinson, research manager at Frost & Sullivan, expects investments in renewables to grow and discusses how positive solar overcapacity is for the sector.
Ian Simm, group chief executive at Impax, tells CNBC that the myth of investing in resource efficiency is that somehow you have to go for the silver bullet that solves all of the world's problems.
Christine Todd Whitman, former EPA administrator, discusses the gaining popularity of electric vehicles and cleaner energy.
Jonathan Selwyn, managing director at Lark Energy, discusses the solar industry in the U.K., its future and highlights the "nice, stable" policy framework.
Timothy Lam, vice president for utilities and alternative energy at Citi, says the very strong solar panel demand coming from Asia should continue in the second half and selects his top picks.
Robert Schramm Fuch, alternative energy analyst at Macquarie Group, tells CNBC that they do believe they have a sustainable turnaround in the solar sector.
CNBC's UK business editor, Helia Ebrahimi goes to Britain's biggest solar farm to investigate the growing industry.
Matthias Will, founder of JUWI, tells CNBC that he wants the German government to accelerate the installing of wind, solar and biomass.
Martin J Lamb, CEO of IMI, tells CNBC that it is right to be cautious on shale gas in Europe.
Nick Robins, head of climate change at HSBC, estimates that big economies need to double their rate of decarbonization by 2020 to stay below "catastrophic" levels of carbon emissions.
Pierre Lefevre, CEO of Induct, discusses the launch of the first green and driverless shuttle in Singapore and the different markets for driverless.