Port Operations head Barry Denness stands in front of massive, newly-minted wind turbine blades at Siemens's new plant in Hull, UK. “(They're) in service for 25 years in the North Sea, not the most hospitable of conditions," he says. "Hence the reason why
Offshore wind has gotten way cheaper in the UK, thanks to technological innovations and government subsidies. That's always been the plan.
Kim Høegh-Dam is the founder of Iluliaq Seafood A/S.
As the waters warm, the fishermen are catching more fish, and more varieties of fish, than before.
Production operator John White checks a panel at the SolarWorld solar panel factory in Hillsboro, Oregon.
President Donald Trump slapped steep tariffs on imported washing machines and solar panels on Monday, giving a boost to Whirlpool Corp and dealing a setback to the renewable energy industry in the first of several potential trade restrictions.
President Trump and a coal miner
Environmental and energy policy are an area where President Donald Trump has been effective in pushing his agenda.
Sign warning residents of water restrictions is seen in Cape Town.
April 21 is the expected deadline.
A grizzly feeds on dead salmon at the end of their spawning run in a river in British Columbia's Great Bear Rainforest. Hunting grizzlies was banned throughout the vast region late last year.
After a long fight, First Nations groups in British Columbia's Great Bear Rainforest have won a ban on hunting grizzlies in the area. Now, instead of grizzly hunts, they're trying to build an ecotourism industry based on bear viewing and local native culture.
Screenshot of an error message on an EPA webpage
In one instance, more than 200 pages meant to help state, local and tribal governments prepare for climate change have been removed.
A rig (L) surrounds the top of one of the chimneys of Battersea Power Station as demolition work is carried out, in London, Oct. 2, 2014.
The UK will end its use of coal in power plants in less than a decade. It's hard to imagine the same thing happening in the US.
Through water-conservation strategies, PepsiCo is now saving $1.5 million annually at its Gatorade processing facility in Tolleson, AZ, and using 24 percent less water in the water-scarce Southwest.
Most companies and manufacturing facilities still don't measure water usage. But increasingly, many corporations are. It's paying off for the environment and companies' bottom-lines.
Satellite image of the United States on January 4
The word "bomb" has been used to describe rapidly intensifying winter storms for decades.

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