Readers responding to an Op-Ed article by John Kerry offer additional suggestions.
A reader writes that trees and other green plants constitute the fountainhead of life-giving energy.
As Graham Hill, of TreeHugger and LifeEdited, discovered when he built a home in Hawaii, a green house can be more luxurious than a conventional one.
A reader views a new tariff on solar panels as a favor to the fossil fuel industry.
Despite opposition by traditional utilities, the multidecade trend is inevitable, according to the head of a residential solar company.
“We could boost the economy and help the planet at the same time.”
Readers offer concrete ways in which progress can be made right now.
A research scientist writes that “renewables and nuclear power need not be adversaries.”
At the Alpine headquarters of the 121-year-old crystal maker, sparkle now competes with Silicon Valley as the company refashions itself as an incubator.
The facts about using solar power.