Australia will review its standards and tests for vehicle emissions, after the VW scandal exposed relatively lax standards.
A teenaged girl in Oregon has been diagnosed with the bubonic plague, which she may have contracted from a flea bite.
The "Halloween asteroid" formally known as 2015 TB145 will give astronomers needed knowledge of asteroids — and how we might deflect one.
A breakthrough at Cambridge university could lead the way to rechargeable super-batteries, the Financial Times reports.
Sustainable Energy takes a look at some of the world's most stunning and sustainable holiday destinations.
Engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have come up with technology that enables energy to be harvested from moving tires.
How much potential does the sun have when it comes to charging our phones? Sustainable Energy finds out.
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey shares his strategy to address global climate change.
Climate change could slash labor productivity over the next 30 years, with Southeast Asia the worst affected, according to a new report.
Indonesia's president cut short his maiden U.S. trip, standing up Apple's CEO, amid increasing political pressure over raging forest fires.
The VW investigation is also looking into managers who knew of the deception and failed to take appropriate measures, the NYT reports.
Aaron Connelly, research fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy, outlines key discussion topics between Joko Widodo and U.S. President Barack Obama.
Authorities seized ten tons of marijuana along the U.S. Mexico border in Southern California, and the Knickerbocker Hotel is celebrating its 109th anniversary, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
The LA Metropolitan Water District is moving toward a program that could eventually result in human waste water being turned into drinking water.
The settlement is unrelated to the controversy over some of its laminate flooring from China.
An ingredient used in numerous personal care products might be contributing to the deaths of coral reefs around the world.
One Indian organisation has been teaching women from rural communities across the world how to install and set up solar installations.
The United States had its second-warmest September on record, and other countries felt record-breaking heat, according to NOAA.
Solar batteries sound like a good, sustainable idea. But are they as green as they seem?
Potatoes are being used as a source of energy. Sustainable Energy takes a look.