Stanford and other universities are divesting from fossil fuel stocks—with varying degrees of commitment.
As renewables get cheaper and climate risks grow, Wall Street sours on the coal industry.
See that bushy-tailed rodent chattering in the tree outside your house? It could be preparing to take down the electric grid.
Zoom in on a subsurface blizzard in polar waters and you'll find that each flake is a winged, lentil-size snail with a translucent shell, a creature that seems to have sprung straight from Hieronymus Bosch's "Garden of Earthly Delights."
The world's annual energy consumption with its available fossil, nuclear, and renewable energy resources—in one handy graphic.
Environmental news—in case you missed it (from Sierra's September/October 2014 issue).
A few years from now, 80,000 new Indian households a month could extend their lives beyond sunset.