India's coal plants are being shelved at a rapid pace
India's energy landscape is changing so swiftly that researchers are having a tough time keeping up with it. Prospects for the country's coal sector continue to drop along with the falling price of renewable energy. Some situations seem to be developing in the time it takes to get a research paper out.
The seafloor is eroding, and why that matters
A trip to a coral reef off the coast of the Florida Keys, an outdated nautical chart and an argument with a boat captain led biogeochemist Kimberly Yates to make a starting discovery: The seafloor around parts of the continent is breaking away, much more than scientists had previously assumed.
Red states among renewable energy leaders
Wyoming might be in coal country, but it's also leading the country in renewable energy capacity, a new report finds.
Warming poses new threat to endangered Hawaiian bird
Steady warming over the lush mountains of Hawaii will take a toll on an already-endangered island species, scientists say.
Saudi Arabia seeks wind, solar investors
Saudi Arabia is looking for investors to take over the country's first utility-scale renewable energy solar and wind facilities.