California solar power plants recently hit a new electricity output record for electricity from utility-scale solar power plants. It hit 4.813 gigawatts of output on August 15 at 12:03pm. The data comes from CAISO, which only tracks utility-scale output. Show More Summary
Members of SAG-AFTRA voted overwhelmingly Friday to approve a new film and TV contract.
To win the climate war, we need government investment in new technologies and industries. A carbon tax or a carbon cap won't do the trick on its own.
How this Juneau wholesaler is building a better food system.
College students design a bike they say is unstealable.
After the tear gas clears, residents will be left with the air pollution that’s been clouding the St. Louis metro region for decades.
Cleveland's Midway project has a rails to trails feel about it: bicycling advocates want to turn old streetcar right-of-way into protected bike lanes The post Cleveland’s Unique Take on Rails to Trails: Streetcar Lines to Bike Lanes appeared first on Sustainablog.
An Oklahoma City police officer and former college football star is accused of forcing at least seven women to perform sexual favors for him while he was on patrol, law enforcement officials say.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is working to make his dream of a "Sandman" movie a reality.
On the tiny Caribbean island of Barbuda, fishing communities and biologists craft a marine conservation plan.
A viral tweet perfectly captures just how irresponsible climate denial is.
Being frank about ongoing racism and including all voices is not just crucial to the climate change movement -- it’s crucial to any movement.
How this Birmingham BBQ joint is building a better food system
Weather radar captures a stunning view of a spectacular daily bird commute.
A federal appeals court recently took a red pen to the Affordable Care Act. The president’s signature environmental achievement could be next. But don't panic yet.
The fight over fracking has arrived more slowly in Michigan than in states like Pennsylvania and New York. But it's heating up.
Here's a odd piece of news: According to a study published Thursday in Science, the water loss due to this year's drought has caused the entire western side of the United States to literally rise. After examining data from nearly 800...Show More Summary
Shane Black is shaping up to be Sony Pictures' go-to guy for pulp adventures.
World Cup star Tim Howard is taking a break from international soccer and will not be considered for selection to the national team until September 2015, the U.S. soccer federation announced Thursday.
Turns out extreme drought can move mountains, too.