We take a look back at some of the clean energy ideas Sustainable Energy has featured.
Two nickel ore mines have been suspended in the Philippines for environmental violations as a nationwide crackdown led by the mining minister begins.
Florida Governor Rick Scott is asking President Obama to declare a federal state of emergency over the spread of toxic algae along the state's beaches and waterways.
The state of emergency continues in Florida, while an algae bloom known as the "brown tide" has appeared just a few miles west of the Hamptons.
A crooked curb in Hayward, California that was a shining example of geological forces at work has been 'fixed.'
China is concerned about The Hague's ruling on South China Sea issues but will be on its best behavior ahead of the G20 summit, says CSIS' Bonnie Glaser.
Historic rains and flooding in Florida have indundated large reservoirs and lakes with algae-bloom inducing pollution.
Wildfire risk in the Amazon basin is at its highest in at least a decade, due to a mix of El Nino, climate change, and deforestation.
Governor Rick Scott declares a state of emergency in four Florida counties. Steven Vitale, owner of the Old Colorado Inn, discusses the problem.
Many businesses are reporting a hit from the Florida coast toxic algae, reports NBC News' Gabe Gutierrez.
Google said spikes in search traffic during earthquakes led them to add a native quake information feature to search results.
The National Weather Service is creating an office dedicated to 'understanding and predicting' floods and droughts.
The CEO of Formula E has described the U.K.'s decision to leave the EU as 'bad news'.
Could our oceans be the next big untapped clean energy resource? Sustainable Energy takes a look.
Pig manure has a high-oil content, and can be blended with rock to create a cheap, renewable alternative to asphalt.
At a trilateral press conference in Canada for the North American Leaders' Summit, President Obama speaks about the Trans-Pacific Partnership and climate change.
With a Tesla-Solar City merger, the potential is tremendous. But it won't solve climate change in enough time, says Peter Bakker, the president of the World Council for Sustainable Development.
Siemens has said that the U.K.'s decision to the leave EU could hamper its plans to export wind turbine blades from the country.
As part of Volkswagen's agreement after its diesel emissions trickery, one man is taking the option of selling his faulty car back to the company at pre-scandal value.
How will attitudes to the environment and nature change in a post Brexit Britain?