#Energy

  • Article: Living on the Frontlines of Fracking: Residents in Lancashire Explain What it's Like

    Living on the Frontlines of Fracking: Residents in Lancashire Explain What it's Like

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|March 27, 2019

    "We used to look out to green fields, now we see an industrial site." Read more

  • Article: South Africa Aims for 'Zero Carbon' Buildings

    South Africa Aims for 'Zero Carbon' Buildings

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|May 29, 2018

    From LED lights to rooftop solar panels, South Africa's cities are working to cut emissions. Read more

  • Article: Every Village in India Now Has Electricity

    Every Village in India Now Has Electricity

    By Daniele Selby|April 30, 2018

    Power to the people. Read more

  • Article: 3,000 Britons Are Dying Every Year Because They Can’t Afford Heating

    3,000 Britons Are Dying Every Year Because They Can’t Afford Heating

    By Imogen Calderwood|Feb. 23, 2018

    And it’s an “entirely preventable tragedy,” according to new study. Read more

  • Article: Plants Are Getting Bigger and Storing More Carbon, Study Finds

    Plants Are Getting Bigger and Storing More Carbon, Study Finds

    By Joe McCarthy|Oct. 16, 2017

    Scientists don’t yet know if there’s a limit to this benefit. Read more

  • Article: The UK and Canada Just Committed to Stop Using Coal for Energy

    The UK and Canada Just Committed to Stop Using Coal for Energy

    By Imogen Calderwood|Oct. 13, 2017

    And they’re challenging the rest of the world to join them. Read more

  • Article: Canada Can Create 20 Million Jobs If It Invests in Sustainability: Report

    Canada Can Create 20 Million Jobs If It Invests in Sustainability: Report

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 15, 2017

    That would cover more than half of the population. Read more

  • Article: New Jersey Aims to Halve Food Waste by 2030 to Feed Hungry

    New Jersey Aims to Halve Food Waste by 2030 to Feed Hungry

    By Joe McCarthy|July 27, 2017

    “Wasting food does not make economic or environmental sense.” Read more