Major breakthroughs have been happening with the use of solar and other benign sources of power in space. The situation parallels that on Earth as solar and wind power and other clean, safe technologies compete with fossil fuels.
A wind-powered plant in Lake Turkana will likely deliver 310 megawatts of electricity to the national grid in Kenya, Africa and increase the country's electricity production by a fifth. Wind power is expanding at the same speed as solar power.
VIDEO: 'Battling the Death Star:' Seattle 'Kayaktivists' Slow Arctic-Bound Shell Oil Rig as Fight...
"Kayaktivists" are protesting against Shell oil drilling in the Arctic by preventing the rig from leaving the Port of Seattle. While dozens were arrested, activists vow to continue protesting against Shell.
Despite local demonstrations against destructive war exercises, the U.S. Navy is set to start the naval training in the Gulf of Alaska—one of the most pristine places left on Earth. Is the Pentagon making war on Alaska?
Many countries around the world have adopted wind and solar power for their electricity needs displacing hydrocarbons at a fast rate. Juan Cole highlights the stories illustrating the surge.
We can clean our environment and strengthen the economy if we start charging polluters for poisoning our skies. It's time we stop investing in dirty fuels.
According to a Stanford professor, the U.S. has the ability to become 100 percent fossil fuel free by relying solely on renewable energy. California has recently approved dozens of environmentally friendly bills, now let's get the other states on board.
While Keystone XL South was approved via a controversial Army Corps Nationwide Permit 12 and an accompanying Executive Order from President Barack Obama, the U.S. Appeals Court ruled it was permitted in a lawful manner—a blow to the fight against KXL.
With severe storms leave extensive damage and at least 23 people dead in Texas and Oklahoma, Republicans presidential candidates continue to question climate change. Are these politicians crazy or just denying the truth?
New findings confirmed a land agent from the Texas company, Contract Land Staff, which was contracted by Energy Transfer Partners, was involved in a sex offer in exchange to build the controversial proposed Dakota Access pipeline. Say what?!