April 10th, 2019 | by Kyle Field
Zero Mass Water's Source Hydropanels harness the power of the sun and use it to produce from thin air. It's known as atmospheric water generation, and the fact that Zero Mass Water's panels are able to produce pure drinking water without the need for any external electricity makes them perfect for off-grid and disaster response scenarios around the world
April 5th, 2019 | by Cynthia Shahan
Canada's newly released report, Canada’s Changing Climate Report, comes just months after the NOAA’s annual executive summary of ongoing changes regarding land, ice, and ocean throughout the Arctic during the 2018 calendar year
March 30th, 2019 | by World Resources Institute
Green infrastructure like healthy forests, wetlands and coral reefs can cheaply and effectively enhance the performance of traditional built, or “gray infrastructure.”
March 25th, 2019 | by Nexus Media
The impacts of the spill left an entire generation reeling from the impacts of oil pollution
March 23rd, 2019 | by Carolyn Fortuna
Should we congratulate known polluters who concede to adding renewable energy to their mix
March 21st, 2019 | by Tina Casey
When a former coal lobbyist helms the EPA, that may be a comfort to US coal stakeholders but it's not necessarily great news for oil and gas
March 4th, 2019 | by Steve Hanley
The latest data from groundwater monitoring systems shows 90% of coal ash storage pits are leaching harmful toxins into the environment. The EPA wants to roll back regulations designed to protect the environment.
March 2nd, 2019 | by The Beam
An interview with Diane D’Arras, President of the International Water Association
February 28th, 2019 | by Steve Hanley
Voters in Toledo have approved a Bill of Rights for Lake Erie, giving it legally protected status. What happens next?
February 14th, 2019 | by Kyle Field
Watergen has developed a product that it believes will play a critical role in the struggle to find clean water today and on into the future with its atmospheric water generator (AWG). The company has developed not one, not two, but four applications derived from its AWG. CleanTechnica connected with Watergen's VP of Marketing and Sales, Michael Rutman, to talk about the company's newest product, the Genny, a residential atmospheric water generator
January 17th, 2019 | by Carolyn Fortuna
The numbers of desalination facilities across the globe are increasing, but so, too, are brine byproducts
January 14th, 2019 | by World Resources Institute
One hundred years ago, 1919 was a really big year: Countries signed the Treaty of Versailles to end World War I, Mahatma Gandhi began his nonviolent resistance against British rule, the Grand Canyon became a national park. And on a lighter note, pop-up toasters entered kitchens for the first time!
January 11th, 2019 | by Kyle Field
Zero Mass Water and its Source hydropanels that literally create perfectly balanced drinking water from the air have been on our radar for a long time, so we were excited for the opportunity to connect with its CEO, Cody Friesen, at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada to talk about their panels
January 10th, 2019 | by Kyle Field
Impossible Foods came to CES in Las Vegas, Nevada this week to announce its new Impossible Burger
December 31st, 2018 | by Guest Contributor
We’re looking back at the videos that struck a chord with our Climate Reality audience in 2018. These top five videos were published on our Facebook page and were watched a total of 42 million times. It’s an incredible number that makes us hopeful that the world is becoming more and more aware of the climate crisis – and that together, we can stop the fake debates and focus on real solutions
December 31st, 2018 | by NRDC
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) may be sitting on approximately $600 million in Fiscal Year 2018 (FY18) funding for clean energy research and development (R&D), despite clear and strong congressional guidance to invest public dollars in new technologies and innovation that will pave the way for America to be a leader in a clean energy future
December 30th, 2018 | by Carolyn Fortuna
Musk's charitable contributions are remarkable and often disregarded
December 30th, 2018 | by Tim Dixon
Welcome to the next issue of China x Cleantech, our November 2018 edition. As the year starts to close, we are still getting interesting developments from China, but we have to cover the numerous developments in November before getting to those. In order to aggregate and summarize the November highlights, here’s another edition of our monthly China × Cleantech feature, also published over on the “Future Trends” section of our website. See last month's edition for more
December 21st, 2018 | by Steve Hanley
The scourge of plastics in the ocean continues to threaten marine life. New research shows a high concentration in the deepest part of the ocean, and cleanup efforts have hit unexpected challenges.
December 19th, 2018 | by Cynthia Shahan
It's the 13th year of NOAA's brilliant, visually beautiful, and timely Arctic Report Card. (Full 2018 PDF here.)
December 15th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley
Insanity rules in Trumperica, where some EPA boffins plan to roll back clean water rules while others question whether soot from coal-fired generating plants really is bad for human health. Where do you find such lunatics? We have a pretty good idea.
December 14th, 2018 | by Tina Casey
The US is establishing a new $100 million research hub to tackle the energy-water nexus, but the new technology could lead to more oil and gas fracking
December 11th, 2018 | by Cynthia Shahan
The Human Element stars renowned photographer James Balog (of Chasing Ice fame). "When I became a photographer, I wanted to celebrate the elegance and beauty of Nature," James notes. "But, I soon realized there was a more complex story going on about the collision between people against nature."
December 9th, 2018 | by Daryl Elliott
This is the part two of a multi-article series on the connection between animal agriculture and various societal and environmental problems. This article covers animal agriculture's connection to freshwater use, freshwater quality, water pollution violations, fishes and other sea animals, ocean hypoxia, and declining phytoplankton in the oceans