A German engineer wants to turn an old mine, half a mile underground, into a giant battery.
Aronofsky’s “Noah” embraces a brand of faith-based environmentalism that’s increasingly popular with young religious believers.
The Pulitzer-winning author explains why he adapted his classic book “The Third Chimpanzee” for kids: because we need them to fix our mistakes.
If Jay Inslee succeeds in his ambitious climate and energy goals, the impacts will extend far beyond Washington state. (Image: Joe Mabel/Wikimedia Commons)