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.
Many companies are trying to brand themselves as “green,” but how can they prove it? Some are taking the big data approach.
There is strong hope of a deal at the UN climate summit in Paris but hurdles still remain.
Times have changed, it is now more environmentally friendly and profitable to use renewable energy, says Oscar-winning director Charles Ferguson.
Greenhouses are popping up in Oman's deserts. Why?
Angel Gurria, secretary-general of the OECD, says a lot of progress has been made at the COP21 climate change conference in Paris, but there is still some contention between nations.
Antonio Mexia, CEO of EDP, talks about the importance of visibility and a stable political framework to investing in climate change solutions such as renewable energy and technology.
Eleven days of negotiations produced a slimmer but still-troubled version of a climate deal on Wednesday.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports from Beijing, where the air quality is twelve times worse than the level the World Health Organization considers unhealthy.
Per Wimmer, author and CEO of Wimmer Space, says there is an asset bubble risk in green and renewable energy.
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick discusses the draft agreement on climate change at the UN COP21 conference in Paris.
In the waters of Lake Ontario, Canada, a hugely significant energy development is taking place. Sustainable Energy takes a look.
Douglas Tompkins has dies at age 72 from severe hypothermia in a kayaking accident in Chile.
This year's climate talks are different—and the US has a distinct advantage, say these BCG energy consultants. Here's why.
Volkswagen said it has understated fuel usage and carbon dioxide emissions of far fewer cars than originally expected.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on China's pollution crisis which resulted in closing schools, suspending factories and keeping half the vehicles off the streets.
China is being accused of trying to weaken the new global climate accord due to be finalised by Friday, the Financial Times reports.
Coal, cars and weather are all creating smog thick enough to make people sick and obstruct vision in Beijing.