World Resources Institute
The UN Climate Pact That Leaders Are Signing on Earth Day Isn't Enough to Save the Planet
Leaders from more than 160 nations will mark Earth Day at the United Nations, putting their signatures to an international climate change agreement aimed at heading off dangerous changes to Earth's climate.
This Graph Shows Nations Are Addressing Climate Change Without Tanking Their Economies
Data compiled by the World Resources Institute shows that 21 nations, including the United States, Germany, and France, grew their economies while reducing greenhouse gas pollution.
Ban Ki-moon Says It's Time for Investors to Cut Some Checks for Renewable Energy
Nations agreed in Paris last year to quickly transition their economies away from fossil fuel sources and toward renewables — and the UN secretary-general says investors should double their commitment to clean energy sources by 2020.
As Indonesia's Fires Rage Yet Again, Experts Call for a Long-Term Solution
Haze from the annual forest fires — deliberately set to clear land for agriculture — are causing massive amounts of pollution, sickening people, and endangering wildlife.
Coal and Solar Energy Are Neck-and-Neck in the Developing World
In its annual energy outlook, Bloomberg New Energy Finance projects big gains in renewable energy production around the world, but coal will remain a big source of power.