Unseasonably warm temperatures in much of the United States this month have more people suffering from mold allergies.
Vitality air thinks aluminum cans of oxygen can solve the Beijing smog issue.
Researchers in the U.K. have developed a wearable energy generator fueled by urine.
Beyond the Paris climate talks, THIS crucial decision could jeopardize Obama's environmental legacy, says Sierra Weaver.
A common sight in the British countryside, bracken - a type of fern - is now being hailed as the next big source of biofuel.
If the COP21 climate talks gave you a fresh focus on being green, here's how to do your bit this Christmas holiday season.
Charles Sizemore, CIO at Sizemore Capital Management, says there's a lot of hype over the COP21 deal but the implementation may take years or not happen at all.
Madelyn Antoncic, executive director for institutional investment solutions at Principal Global Investors, says the poorest countries will be hardest hit by climate change.
We break down the key elements of the deal struck on Saturday.
A landmark global climate accord has been presented, a "historic" measure for transforming the world's fossil fuel-driven economy within decades.
COP21 has now run into overtime with officials stating that a final text would only be put up for review Saturday.
Farmers will be hit hard by climate change. Here's how Prince Albert of Monaco is trying to help them out.
Achim Steiner, executive director of UNEP, says differentiation between developed and developing nations and finance remain key issues at the COP21 climate change conference.
Debra Corey, director of Reward Gateway, explains why some employees will do anything to avoid the annual Christmas party.
Bob Parker, senior advisor for investment, strategy and research at Credit Suisse, says contention between developed and emerging markets is yesterday's story, even though differentiation remains a key issue at COP21.
Miguel Arias Canete, EU Commissioner for climate, action and energy, explains the main points of contention to finalizing the COP21 climate change agreement.
Although it is likely the COP21 will reach a deal, some parties will still be dissatisfied, notes Andrew Beebe, MD of Obvious Ventures.
Christine Loh, Hong Kong's Under Secretary for the Environment, says it's the first time hundreds of countries are so close to finalizing an agreement to combat climate change.
The coal industry that has been China's lifeblood now faces a cloudy future, as authorities vow to reduce carbon emissions.
An NOAA meteorologist explains why the Northeast and Midwest are so warm this December.