Ever notice fire spewing from the top of a factory tower? That flame is part of a process called flaring, which is used to dispose of waste gas and to make it less toxic.
Freiamt residents produce 17 percent more electricity than they use, boosting their bottom line and proving that green isn’t just for geeky idealists.
Diverse teams brainstorm and build simple solutions to help developing nations.
Website helps new artists bypass Net’s sonic traffic jam and attract the notice of record labels.
Despite its damp climate, the country has become the global leader in wind and solar power through a pioneering law. Now, Congress is weighing a similar bill.
The veteran parliamentarian was the chief architect of Germany’s feed-in tariff, an incentive program to foster the development of green-power production.
Column: Overfishing, a potential mollusk invasion, and the rise of slime threaten ocean ecology.
Without Russia, NASA couldn’t send astronauts to the space station between 2010 and 2015.
The Air Force wants to build a coal-to-liquids plant in Montana. The process, used by the Germans in World War II, would utilize America's vast resources of coal rather than foreign oil.
Television, the long-dominant medium, becomes just one of many video outlets.