After Five Years of Drought, Kenyan Region Finally Gets Clean Water Thanks to Solar-Powered Saltwater Plant
The plant can produce enough water for 35,000 people every day—which means that villagers will no longer have to drink dirty saltwater.
Three Zambian officials made public their vow to halt mining permits in Lower Zambezi National Park due to the threats posed to the environment and water.
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When Dale Perry met up with his former business partner earlier this year, he heard a troubling tale about allies of President Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and their efforts to manipulate Ukraine’s reforming energy market.
Democrats wrested control of Virginia’s General Assembly away from Republicans last night, paving the way for the Old Dominion to join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative and pursue legislation to boost renewable energy.
The Trump administration announced on Monday that it was officially withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord, with the withdrawal officially set to be completed one year from now. “President Trump made the decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement because…
Tata Power Co. Ltd., in collaboration with the Rockefeller Foundation, plans to develop 10,000 microgrids in India to boost access to affordable and reliable electricity to homes and enterprises across the nation’s vast rural areas.
A new report is calling for the creation of an international framework to prepare for the global security risks of climate change.
Rising sea levels are forcing communities nationwide to build new defenses against the water, but municipal and military leaders both say they need more money to prepare.
One of President Trump’s top energy advisers is scheduled to appear today at a congressional hearing, but it’s not clear if he will testify.