The adage ‘too much of a good thing’ might not apply to electric vehicles.
This article is available in Spanish through a partnership with the Institute of Ecology at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
It turns out that young girls could be perfect soldiers in the war against climate change.
Indoor agriculture is gaining in popularity, and there are high expectations that—at a large enough scale—it could help satisfy the growing demand for food.
Retrofitting only 16 percent of buildings in Cambridge, Massachusetts could amount to a 40 percent reduction in gas consumption of the whole building stock.
The new design combines two well-known technologies: coal gasification and fuel cells.
Power plants need freshwater to produce electricity. But the future of our planet’s freshwater resources is murky.
Smart meters are touted as a way to cut energy usage and save consumers money. But not everyone is on board with this green solution.
Should you buy an electric car? The answer might depend on whether you live on the balmy California coast or in the freezing Midwest.
Do you know how much energy your laptop uses while you leave it plugged in all night? How about your television or coffee maker? Or even a single light bulb? More importantly, do you care?