Iceland produces 100% of their electricity from renewable sources, geothermal and hydro.
Three solar companies team up to help victims of Hurricane Sandy through their Solar Sandy Project providing mobile solar stations.
The Philadelphia Eagle’s announced their plan to generate 100% of their electricity with solar panels, wind turbines, and a generator that runs on gas or biofuels.
Legislature pushes for more “Green Jobs” training in Nebraska.
Sapphire Energy is building a 300-acre algae-production farm in New Mexico with hopes to produce 100 barrels a day of crude oil from algae.
Climate change could be the reason for a decline in coffee production.
Four teenagers in Africa develop a technology that uses pee to generate energy.
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The Land Art Generator Initiative design competition for the 2012 year was for a site located in Staten Island. The winners have been chosen and a unique solar installation made out of balloons came in fourth place.
President Obama gets re-elected for a second term in the White House. What does that mean for climate change and clean-energy?