Scientists say Arctic sea ice is melting at a much faster pace than any model had suggested was possible.
For China Everbright International, one of the largest waste management companies in China, the country's trash problem has great market potential.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports on Harley-Davidson's settlement with the EPA over the motorcycle maker's super tuner.
It is too soon to know whether Brexit will have a long term impact on Danish wind energy company Vestas, its CEO told CNBC.
That continues a 10-month streak of record-breaking temperatures, beginning in October 2015.
The Hornsea Project Two offshore windfarm – set to be the largest in the world – received the green light from the U.K. government on Tuesday.
A university in England is to use 100 percent clean electricity after deciding to opt for a "green electricity tariff."
Four people have been reported dead and thousands left homeless after heavy rains in Louisiana resulted in unprecedented flooding.
The Greenland shark lives at least 400 years,
The Perseid meteor shower will peak on Aug. 12, and NASA has some tips on how to watch it.
The new head of state has already made waves with his latest moves in just the five weeks since inauguration.
An MIT team developed "self-shading windows" they say can turn totally opaque several times faster than current designs.
Forecasters are expecting up to four major hurricanes this year in the Atlantic.
Strong winds helped wind turbines produce the equivalent of all of Scotland's electricity needs last weekend, according to new data.
Dr. Jill Stein, Green Party presidential candidate, discusses her party's political platform and shares ideas on how to grow the economy, including the elimination of student loan debt. Also Stein offers suggestions on how the nation can pay for the programs, such as additional quantitative easing by the Fed.
The Philippines's transformation into a unlikely regional powerhouse in renewable energy hasn't been easy.
Chemicals used to make stain-resistant clothing and non-stick pans are found at unsafe levels in supplies for 6 million people.
Global warming has hit fish numbers in Lake Tanganyika, one of the world's largest and deepest lakes, according to a new study.
Lake Barrett, special advisor to Japan for the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster cleanup, discusses Japan's plan to bring back nuclear power plants.
July temperatures across the United States were higher than average, and Alaska is seeing its warmest year ever, federal scientists say.