World leaders must commit themselves to holding current rises in global temperatures to 2C.

As thousands of peaceful demonstrators descended on Manhattan on Sunday to draw attention to a warming world, U.S. Secretary of State John F.

Recent advances in information technologies have increased our participation in “sharing economies,” where applications that allow networked, real-time data exchange facilitate the sharing of living spaces, equipment, or vehicles with others. However, the impact of large-scale sharing on sustainability is not clear, and a framework to assess its benefits quantitatively is missing. For this purpose, we propose the method of shareability networks, which translates spatio-temporal sharing problems into a graph-theoretic framework that provides efficient solutions.

The world's most famous office building is reaping the benefits of its innovative energy efficiency programme with a saving of almost $3m in 2013.

NASA estimates the glaciers in the Amundsen Sea region contain enough water to raise global sea levels by 4 feet (1.2 meters) and in May said the glacier melt may have become “unstoppable.”

After a last-minute deal that cut the money requested in half, a key state board on Wednesday approved a $256 million loan from federal clean-water funds to the New York State Thruway Authority to

At least one tornado touched down in an upstate New York town during a violent spate of weather that killed five people on the East Coast, officials said on Wednesday.

Thunderstorms and high winds swept through the U.S.

In a decision with far-reaching implications for the future of natural gas drilling in New York State, its highest court ruled on Monday that towns can use zoning ordinances to ban hydraulic fractu

With nearly 220,000 electric vehicles on U.S. roads, politicians and clean energy advocates believe it’s time to charge ahead further.