As health care providers seek to expand clean energy, a new program will help them overcome the space limitations of their campuses.
Michael Mann’s “hockey stick” graph demonstrated that average global temperatures spiked rapidly in the twentieth century and continue to rise. That visualization provided a key narrative device for Al Gore’s landmark 2006 global warming documentary, “An Inconvenient Truth.”
Are clean energy developers held to a double standard? A crisis communications expert offers some insight.
A paper co-authored by a Wisconsin economist says regulators have economic levers at their disposal that can guide utilities toward green energy development while improving returns for shareholders.
A potentially first-in-the-nation bill has passed the Minnesota House that would permit owners of large, ground-mounted solar sites to publicly declare them beneficial habitat for birds and pollinating insects.
In addition to a countywide moratorium, a controversy over the removal of trees for a Minnesota solar project has prompted an amendment in the state legislature.
Dr. Katharine Hayhoe spends a lot of time trying to convince fellow conservative Christians that climate change is real, human-influenced and a global crisis—and that it is their duty as members of the faith to act.
A laser technology capable of detecting carbon dioxide emissions in near real-time is being tested above ground at an Illinois carbon sequestration site.
As it has in Minnesota, Xcel Energy will soon be offering community solar to its customers in Wisconsin, albeit on a much smaller scale.