Biofuels could transform the aviation industry. CNBC's Sustainable Energy takes a look how.
The fast-moving wildfires in California are threatening some of the state's most lucrative wine-producing regions and at the peak of harvest.
CNBC's "Sustainable Energy" takes a look at how wind, sunlight, tides and geothermal heat are becoming a big part of the world's energy mix.
Volkswagen has told U.S. dealers to halt sales of some 2015 diesel cars after regulators found software it designed for the affected vehicles gave false emissions data.
U.S. researchers have developed a toilet that could help transform the sanitation and waste industry.
One social enterprise is helping to transform -- and potentially save -- lives with biomass cook stoves.
At least one person has been killed, four firefighters injured and 23,000 forced to flee their homes as wildfires continue to rage
Singapore has been covered in a hazy cloud, triggered by raging forest fires in Indonesia.
Snow levels in the Sierra Nevada mountains are at their lowest point in 500 years, depriving California of much-needed water.
A U.S. appeals court cancelled EPA approval of an insecticide developed by Dow AgroSciences.
Scientists are fearing that a toxic bloom off the West Coast could last well into 2016, which would cripple fishing and tourism industries.
A company is looking to empower rural Indians by making the most of a suppertime staple: Rice.
Peder Holk Nielsen, CEO of Novozymes, says it has become tougher for renewables and biofuels to compete with fossil fuels.
Green groups lost a fight to stop India's GVK from building a coal mine in Australia, as an appeal against the project was dismissed.
One company has developed tech that it says enables it to recycle plastics from complex, commingled waste streams.
Explosions at a fireworks plant in China killed one and injured six, after blasts killed at least 145 people last month.
President Barack Obama on Monday issued a global call for urgent action to address climate change, saying the U.S. would rally the world to counter it. The NYT reports.
On the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans is far better protected now than it was then. The same can't be said about Miami.
A mobile granulator is helping farmers produce biomass on site - how?
The New Orleans levees are better than they were when Katrina struck, but preparing for hurricanes is riddled with uncertainty.