Climate projects should have big, measurable benefits — study
A study led by scientists from Harvard University's Center for Climate, Health and the Global Environment asserts that if reducing the planet's greenhouse gas emissions and other dangerous pollutants were a sport, the scoreboard couldn't say who's winning.
China plunges into luxury EV market with Polestar
A Chinese automaker has unveiled the nation's first global sales campaign for an electric car: the Polestar 2. It's a five-door hatchback that is "designed to compete around Tesla Model 3," according to an advertisement yesterday in The New York Times.
U.S. lurches into a race with sprinting China
The most ambitious plan to jump-start the sluggish movement toward electric vehicles in the U.S. was unveiled last month in a $454 billion proposal. Its political prospects are dim.
China's plan: Beat America (and everyone else)
When it comes to electric vehicles, no nation has matched China's audacious plan. It wants to beat the world.
Farms can harvest energy and food from same fields
In 2008, J. David Marley, an engineer who owned a construction firm in Amherst, Mass., had an idea. He had just finished building a large solar array on the rooftop of his downtown office building.