One of the biggest problems with wind farms is that they can be deadly for birds. Black wind turbine blades could be the solution.
In a study published this month, scientists have shown that conventional bricks can be transformed into energy storage devices powerful enough to turn on LED lights.
Republic Services recently signed a deal with Nikola Motors (not to be confused with Tesla) for thousands of electric garbage trucks.
Last month, Portugal announced the closure of its Sines power plant. The coal-powered facility was responsible for over 13% of the emissions for the whole country.
Bernice Dapaah launched the Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiative as a way to create local jobs and promote low-carbon transport.
A new startup company called TechniSoil is repurposing plastic into cheap asphalt for roads.
Researchers in Australia have figured out a way to grow colored cotton, eliminating the need to use potentially toxic chemical dyes.
On the rooftop of an exhibition hall in southern Paris, the world’s largest urban farm has started to bear fruit and vegetables.
One of the biggest challenges of renewable energies is finding ways to store the power for when we need it; this project aims to take that challenge head-on.
These new self sustaining farm pods can grow over 100 pounds of fresh produce a week!