Putin sounds methane alarm, under satellite surveillance and EU pressure

The Russian president has raised concern about the warming impact of methane emissions, calling for research collaboration but making no policy promises

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Orsted, Eversource pledge $5 million to Stony Brook University for wind-farm research

Biden administration offers $8.25 billion in loans for power grid

Growing U.S. kelp farming industry boosts economies, captures carbon

GE Posts Lower Sales, Loss on Restructuring Moves

General Electric’s jet-engine business and divestitures weighed on its latest financial results as the company reported lower revenue and a first-quarter loss.

‘8 Billion Angels’ review: Overpopulation documentary wavers

Director Victor Velle’s documentary “8 Billion Angels” pummels its audience with facts and figures about global population and stability.

5 Smart Tricks to Green Your Tech

Why Access To Education And Contraception Are Key In Tackling Climate Change

Bee population steady in Dutch cities thanks to pollinator strategy

Bee hotels, bee stops and a honey highway are some of the components of a national pollinator strategy that the Dutch are crediting with keeping their urban bee population steady in recent years, after a period of worrying decline.

Accelerating transmission on the U.S. electricity grid