Edible Garden City's Bjorn Low talks about his journey from digital advertising to agriculture.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has called off its La Nina watch, which means more uncertainty in forecasts.
A foam made from coffee grounds, silicone and sugar can remove lead and mercury from water.
Major automakers escalated a fight to delay or revise the Obama administration's ambitious targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions through 2025.
Sustainable Energy for All's Rachel Kyte says the Paris climate agreement had taken a bottom-up approach with each country proposing their own plans.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports that the SEC is investigating Exxon Mobil on climate change and accounting practices, according to Dow Jones.
A hot August set more temperature records, according to data released Tuesday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Kevin McGeeney, CEO at SCB Group, weighs in on carbon trading - as well as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's respective stances on climate change.
Toxic haze from Indonesian forest fires last year caused the deaths of about 100,000 people across the region, the FT reports.
Tesla's Powerpack deal with a California utility will store enough energy to power more than 2,500 households for a day.
The controversial Hinkley Point nuclear power project could cost U.K. taxpayers £1 billion per year, according to one expert.
Researchers in the U.S. and Europe dip sensors into wastewater looking for evidence of drug use, according to Nature News.
Greater Jakarta sits on a swampy plain and is sinking at a faster rate than any other city in the world.
Andreas Feiner, founding partner of Arabesque, discusses investment based on the environmental, social and governance factors of a company.
Prakash Sharma, research director at Wood Mackenzie, talks about how the IEA's environment-friendly 450 Scenario doesn't bode well for coal markets.
North Korea has picked up the pace of its missile and nuclear tests, as it regularly threatens to turn South Korea into a "sea of fire."
Authorities are looking into how a river in the Russian city of Norilsk has turned bright red.
The haze issue will be less severe partly because of Indonesia's increased efforts to control the forest fires, says BMI research's Aurelia Britsch.
Forty world leaders will descend upon Hangzhou for the Group of 20 (G-20) summit to reaffirm their dedication to global growth post-Brexit.
First Defense Nasal Screens CEO Joseph Moore explains why there is a need for personal air filtration and how nasal screens work.