UNEP report reveals overall funding for wind and solar dropped in 2012, but growth still evident in emerging markets
The IEA reports that non-OECD countries overtook their OECD counter parts for the first time, but what alternative do they have?
Advertising in Peru has generated 15,000 litres of water in six months
Experiment to produce oxygen on the moon accidentally provides clues to a new technique that could slash emissions from steel production
Saphon Energy claims its sail inspired wind towers can expand the reach of renewable energy, cut costs and solve storage problems
UN body says rising levels of greenhouse gas emissions and deforestation linked to metal production must be urgently addressed
Move over graphene. The latest new super material in town, a carbon aerogel developed in China, could cut residential, transport and industrial emissions
Planes powered on waste, cars running on coffee and a helicopter using only people power – is there any limit to human ingenuity?
Mercedes team tells RTCC their experience in F1 is translating into more efficient electric road cars
Soccket football backed by Spain and Barcelona forward David Villa generates electricity when kicked to boost energy access in developing world