Solar Impulse 2, the solar-powered aircraft, is set to return to the skies in mid-April to complete its round-the-world trip.
Meat is an integral part of many people's diet, but our love for burgers, steaks and chops also has an environmental impact.
Singapore Red Cross' Benjamin William tells CNBC how the S$35.7 million of funds raised for Japan in 2011 was used in reconstruction projects.
The Twelve Apostles have long been a gem of Australia's tourism industry, with visitors flocking to catch a glimpse of the majestic limestone pillars.
The SEC settled with California's largest agricultural water district for $125,000, alleging it mislead investors at the time of a 2012 bond offering.
CNBC's Akiko Fujita reports on how resettlement near the Fukushima Daiichi plant has progressed five years after the nuclear disaster.
This El Nino is one of the strongest on record, but it is no cure-all for drought, and it may be contributing to flooding.
The recycling industry stinks these days with the price of commodities, such as plastics, metal and paper, all in the
The U.S. Justice Department sent German automaker Volkswagen AG a subpoena under a bank fraud law in its diesel emissions probe.
Developing countries can learn from Japan's dealings with both natural and nuclear disasters, says Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez from the World Bank.
Advances in robotic technology are vital to decomissioning the Fukushima plant, says Tepco adviser Lake Barrett
Managing contaminated water is the biggest risk in the decommissioning of Fukushima's nuclear plant, says Toru Ogawa from the Nagaoka University of Technology.
Alain St. Ange, minister of tourism for the Seychelles, talks about protecting tourism while allowing oil exploration.
China's carbon dioxide emissions may have already peaked in 2014, according to a report published Monday.
Statoil's new $200 million venture capital fund has announced that it has invested $3 million in U.S. company United Wind.
Jon Forster of Impax picks green tech and other environmental winners and losers from oil’s decline.
Samarco has reached a deal with the Brazilian government that could cost it as much as $7.7 billion, the Financial Times reports.
Energy storage has the potential to save £2.4 billion a year by 2030 according to a new report from the Carbon Trust.
Sustainable Energy takes a look at efforts to boost the resilience of rice crops.
Samarco, co-owned by BHP and Vale, will pay at least $5B to settle damages caused by a dam spill in November, a source told Reuters.