White House Energy Efficiency at the White House
How environmental change can begin at the president's home

Wind Power Can Wind Power Be Wildlife Friendly
As birds and bats migrate along windy mountain ridges—the same ridges that are optimum sites for wind turbines—new research aims to stop turbines from killing animals

Catching a Wave Catching a Wave, Powering an Electrical Grid?
Electrical engineer Annette von Jouanne is pioneering an ingenious way to generate clean, renewable electricity from the sea

Cap and Trade The Political History of Cap and Trade
How an unlikely mix of environmentalists and free-market conservatives hammered out the strategy known as cap-and-trade

Rock of Ages Mining the Mountains
Explosives and giant machines are destroying Appalachian peaks to obtain coal. In a tiny West Virginia town, residents and the industry fight over a mountain's fate

Antarctica Erupts! The World After Oil
As the planet warms up, eco-friendly fuels can't get here fast enough

Whos Fueling Whom? Who's Fueling Whom?
Why the biofuels movement could run out of gas




February 7, 2011
Win A Million Dollars With Science
 

November 16, 2010
Peak Oil: Is It Time to Worry?
 

July 28, 2010
Electric Cars Won’t Save Us from Climate Change
 

August 3, 2010
Smithsonian Implements Sticky Solution to Aid Energy Conservation
 

March 26, 2010
Turn Off the Lights!
 

December 9, 2009
Climate Change: Why We Worry
 


August 8, 2011
Could There Be a Solar Powered Road?
 

  U.S. Department of Energy

  U.S. Energy Star Program

  The National Academies of
    Science on Energy


  American Association for the
    Advancement of Science
    on Climate Change

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