A crowdfunding campaign is hoping to send energy-generating soccer balls and skipping ropes to migrants living in Calais.
In his final State of the Union address, Obama emphasized that Americans should not listen to those who say to "fear the future."
Importing lion trophies to the U.S. just became a lot tougher, and activists say new rules will kill the growing business of shooting captive animals.
Wind generated enough power to meet the electrical needs of nearly all Scottish homes last year, research by WWF Scotland has shown.
Volkswagen will propose to U.S. authorities a new catalytic converter system that could be fitted to about 430,000 cars.
Late last year, the United Nations predicted a severe 2015-2016 weather pattern, and it's looking like it was right.
OPEC players have the spigots wide open for now, but here's why they'll have to shut them down soon, says Terry Tamminen. Plus, more 2016 predictions.
Nevada's major casinos report the 7th straight year of losses; and 2015 is the second-warmest year on record, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Sustainable Energy looks at Germanwatch's Global Climate Risk Index for 2016, profiling countries hit by extreme weather events.
Called an "environmental disaster," it could be months before the rupture is fixed. NBC News reports.
It is one of the deadliest Decembers on record for tornadoes. Predicting tornadoes is still tough, but better tools are on the way.
IBM and Microsoft are vying to tap the nascent, fast-growing market for forecasting air quality in China.
The 12-foot long giant squid is only the third to be caught on video.
More than 220 flights at Beijing's airport were canceled Friday as pollution caused poor visibility, China's official Xinhua news agency reported.
December’s weather has been one for the books with temperature records already broken. But is the weather heating or cooling the economy?
Howard Goldring, managing director at Delmore Asset Management, expects Volkswagen to face a difficult time from environmental authorities in the U.S.
Snow fell on Washington, heavy wind downed trees, knocked out power, and smashed cars in Oregon, and rain brought relief to California.
Some Northeast retailers are suffering from unseasonably warm temperatures, but these businesses are winning.
This winter's unusual weather in the U.S. and Europe poses a threat to commodity prices.
The idea of creating fuel from sources such as whisky is no longer science fiction, and another potential source gaining traction is algae.