How a Handful of Scientists Obscured the Truth on Issues from Tobacco Smoke to Global Warming.
Naomi Oreskes & Erik Conway
"What did you do to stop climate change?" Rob Shirkey wants to be able to say he did everything he could.
Rob Shirkey, TedX
What if everything ran on gas? What if everything didn't?
Al Gore poses three important questions: Do we really have to change? Can we change? Will we change?
Al Gore, Ted Talk
Delivery culture isn’t helping the climate-change fight — but there are simple fixes.
The reviews are in as the first wave of Tesla Model 3s are delivered: "Yes, the hyperbole is necessary".
Jeremy Leggett documents the political battles being fought on the front lines of climate and clean energy policy.
America's electrical grid will be free of fossil fuels by the year 2030. But first we have to kill off some zombies.
Michael Brune, The Sierra Club
The issue can be overwhelming. So we’ve put together a list of quick answers to often-asked questions about climate change.
New York Times
In September 2014, The Solar Foundation released the first nationwide assessment of how solar energy helps to power schools in communities across America.
The Solar Foundation
Join the tens of thousands of professionals who receive critical news on the renewable energy market!
The most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming.
The Energy Gang is a weekly podcast on energy, cleantech, and the environment hosted by Greentech Media.
Straight talk about the world’s transition from fossil fuels to renewables with energy expert Chris Nelder.
Direct Current is a podcast about energy -- the kind that lights our homes, powers our lives and shapes our world.
Department of Energy
Your own personalized solar savings estimator, powered by Google Earth imagery.
Minimize your environmental impact & maximize savings with this calculator developed by the U.S. EPA.
EnergySage is on a mission to make going solar as easy as booking a flight online.
JouleBug is the easy way to make your everyday habits more sustainable, at home, work, and play.
Created by the Trancik Lab at MIT, this carbon counter shows how different model cars are evaluated against climate targets.
MIT Trancik Lab
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