Opinion: Your Next Car and Clothes Dryer Could Help Save Our Planet
To keep global warming at livable temperatures, we need to replace existing machines that use fossil fuels with clean electric substitutes when they reach the end of life.
It's Time To Stop Lying To Ourselves About Fossil Fuels
In April, to coincide with Earth Day, 101 Nobel laureates published an open letter calling for international cooperation to immediately end the extraction of fossil fuels, the largest contributor (80%) to the climate emergency.
Pope Francis to get all-electric popemobile from EV startup Fisker
Instead of leather, the interior of the car will use sustainable materials made from recycled bottles and plastics reclaimed from the ocean.
The most powerful charging Superhub in the UK will be open by start of 2022
It will initially feature 38 fast and ultra-rapid chargers in a single site, with up to 10MW of power on-site. It is the first of up to 40 similar sites planned across the UK to help deliver the charging infrastructure needed for the estimated 36 million EVs by 2040.
EVs will be cheaper than petrol cars in all segments by 2027
Electric cars and vans will be cheaper to make than fossil-fuel vehicles in every light vehicle segment across Europe from 2027 at the latest, according to a new BloombergNEF study commissioned by Transport & Environment (T&E).
U.S. gives go-ahead for its first major offshore wind farm
The U.S. offshore wind sector took a major step forward after authorities gave the green light for the construction and operation of the 800 megawatt Vineyard Wind 1 project.
These electric self-driving tractors could make farming much greener
A startup based in California says it can help farmers be greener and more profitable by offering what it describes as the world's first fully electric, self-driving tractor.
Eco-Explainer: How the East Coast Greenway is one of Philly’s best assets
Did you know there is an infrastructure project that has doubled the completed miles than the Border Wall? Let’s Build the East Coast Greenway, not that Wall.
Cutting Greenhouse Gases From Food Production Is Urgent, Scientists Say
Efforts to limit global warming often focus on emissions from fossil fuels, but food is crucial, too, according to new research.
South Korea vows to go carbon neutral by 2050 to fight climate emergency
South Korea’s president, Moon Jae-in, has declared that the country will go carbon neutral by 2050, bringing it into line with other major economies.
Japan’s New Leader Sets Ambitious Goal of Carbon Neutrality by 2050
The announcement, coming weeks after a similar pledge by China, will require a major overhaul of the infrastructure in Japan, which remains heavily dependent on fossil fuels.
Fix, or Toss? The ‘Right to Repair’ Movement Gains Ground
Both Republicans and Democrats are pursuing laws to make it easier for people to fix cellphones, cars, even hospital ventilators. In Europe, the movement is further along.