Less warming could shave 4 inches off higher water in NYC
Coastal cities like New York and Boston would benefit the most from a global climate agreement because lower temperatures could significantly reduce one cause of sea-level rise, according to new research.
Meet Claire. She can see a little methane leak from space
The world's first space-based system to help identify specific sources of greenhouse gas emissions is now circling the Earth.
Tiny satellites are new in climate research
A new space race is underway, featuring tiny satellites that are about the size of a half-gallon milk carton. Placing large numbers of them in orbit will allow their sensors to measure atmospheric conditions with a precision that could vastly improve future predictions of weather and climate change.
Charging in some areas might make lights flicker — study
Charging electric cars could hurt power distribution systems in some U.S. neighborhoods, according to a new study.
Inventors search for 'missing link' in renewable energy
GOLDEN, Colo. — What may become one of the most disruptive renewable energy experiments in recent history is taking shape behind a building here in an assemblage of girders, pipes and tanks. It's called a bioreactor, but has the look of an unfinished project built with pieces from a giant erector set.